‘North Woods Law’ TV show heads from Maine to New Hampshire

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The television show “North Woods Law” is moving slightly south.

After four years following the Maine Warden Service, the reality series’ next season will feature conservation officers from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. It will begin airing early next year on the Animal Planet cable channel.

Check out the sneak peek for North Woods Law: New Hampshire!

Posted by North Woods Law on Monday, December 19, 2016

A sneak peek video posted online by Animal Planet this week includes scenic views of forests, mountains and the seacoast along with wildlife ranging from raccoons to rattlesnakes.

The department’s law enforcement chief says the preview is a bit over the top in focusing on law enforcement activities but the show itself does a good job of highlight the complex duties of conservation officers, which also includes wildlife management and search and rescue operations.