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There's no shining for wildlife on public ground during the month of November in Michigan. To combat that, an aerial patrol at night is utilized.
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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.
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.
The westside of Michigan has some of the state's best fishing spots. From inland rivers to the Great Lakes, C.O.s know their fall will be spent watching anglers.
It can take 7 years to draw a bear tag in Michigan's U.P. Conservation Officers make sure everyone plays by the same rules, so no one has an advantage.
Conservation Officers on patrols during fall fishing season encounter suspects that have set fires in conditions where they shouldn't have.
Conservation Officers patrol fishermen and women on the Detroit River between Michigan and Canada during the spring spawning run for walleye.