Catch Animal Planet’s ‘North Woods Law: NH’ series finale this Sunday

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Season finale of Animal Planet’s “North Woods Law,” airs at 9 p.m. on April 9, 2017.

CONCORD, NH – Get set for a North Woods Law binge this Sunday!  The season finale of Animal Planet’s television series featuring the Conservation Officers and wildlife biologists of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department will air at 9 p.m. on Sunday, April 9, 2017.

Leading up to the exciting final installment, the first five episodes will air starting at 4 p.m.  So break out the popcorn and make it a North Woods Law: New Hampshire evening!

See which officers will be featured in the season finale – plus view additional footage and short video clips not seen on TV – at the North Woods Law: New Hampshire FaceBook page.


“The feedback we’ve gotten from the public about the show has been very positive,” said Colonel Kevin Jordan, Chief of NH Fish and Game Law Enforcement. “Many people have told us that they had no idea how far-ranging and diverse the responsibilities of the Department are.”

 From the White Mountains to the rocky shores of the Atlantic Ocean, NORTH WOODS LAW: NEW HAMPSHIRE follows the men and women working tirelessly to preserve and protect the natural resources of the Granite State.

 NORTH WOODS LAW: NEW HAMPSHIRE is produced for Animal Planet by Engel Entertainment, where Steven Engel and Ben Shank serve as executive producers. For Animal Planet, Patrick Keegan serves as supervising producer with Meredith Russell as associate producer.  Visit their Facebook page at: www.facebook.com/NorthWoodsLawNewHampshire.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I watch the show if I do not subscribe to cable?

If you do not have access to Animal Planet, visit their website to watch the first two episodes at: www.animalplanetgo.com/north-woods-law/

How do I find the show on Facebook?
How does one apply to become a Conservation Officer?

Does NH Fish and Game receive any compensation from the North Woods Law television show?

No financial incentive is paid to the State of New Hampshire, the NH Fish and Game Department, or any individual appearing in the show. However, Engel Entertainment donates $2,000 for each originally aired episode to NH Fish and Game’s non-profit partner, Wildlife Heritage Foundation of NH.

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