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When your job is protecting our most precious natural resources in some of the nation's most remote areas, there is rarely a dull moment. "Wardens" chronicles the lives of Conservation Officers in America.
Two Michigan conservation officers in the southern part of the state investigate a case of deer carcasses they found near some railroad tracks. Also, a look at an opportunity for veterans and first responders to hunt pheasants.
Learn more about the DNR's efforts to place bands onto geese.
Michigan Conservation Officers patrol salmon fishermen, another CO shares his turkey hunting expertise with a hunter safety class.
The Michigan DNR has teamed up with other wildlife organizations to educate the public about the outdoors.
A Conservation officer visits an elementary school to teach 3rd graders about his role in the DNR.
A look into the state's Salmon in the Classroom program that teaches students about their state's ecosystem and makes them responsible for young salmon before releasing them to the wild.
Michigan Conservation Officers investigate a bear killed during the season's opening weekend. A suspicious bag of trash left at a state park. Why every successful bear hunter has to turn in a tooth from his kill.
Conservation Officers serve warrants to a suspect believed to have taken 18 deer without licenses.
The men and women on the front lines fighting these fires must be well trained and ready to go without much notice.
Michigan Conservation Officers patrol during the opening days of deer season for hunting with both archery equipment and firearms.
The Michigan DNR occasionally offers adult-only hunting safety classes to serve this segment of future hunters.