FollowViewers get unprecedented access to the more than 500 agents of Texas Parks and Wildlife wardens who embark on dangerous missions to apprehend those who commit crimes against nature. The series captures the more than 60,000 arrests each year made by the wardens as they execute undercover stings, work on ongoing investigations and protect their territories.
Game Wardens beef up patrols for the short pronghorn season. A deer needs to be captured and relocated from an industrial site, and an injured hawk is rushed to a rehabber. Near Port Aransas, Game Wardens check duck hunters on the bay.
Down on the Mexican border, Game Wardens pull in an illegal gill net. A group caught trespassing is found with firearms and narcotics. In East Texas, Game Wardens question a man suspected of illegally hunting on private property.
It’s opening weekend of deer season and Game Wardens head out around the state to ensure everyone plays by the rules. In East Texas, an injured owl is rushed to the vet. On the Gulf, Game Wardens get tough when an oysterman’s catch doesn’t add up.
Texas Game Wardens investigate a suspected poacher and felon who shouldn't be using a firearm to hunt. An alligator and her babies must be relocated from an East Texas school. A night patrol leads to a couple that may be hiding something.
Wardens stop wildlife crimes with anonymous tips about anglers keeping over the limit and a specially trained k-9 unit to sniff out illegal items.
Game Wardens search for an endangered Whooping Crane. A local beauty shop owner finds an injured baby hawk. Wardens respond to a call about a nuisance alligator and suspicions of a deer poacher arise.
Chelsea and Ben rush to a call about a capsized canoe; Deschaaf investigates a trapped deer that lads to more questions than answers; and at Canyon Lake, the team assists in the arrest of a man with a warrant.
In Texas, a new year brings new cadets and a rookie almost gets run down; Boone investigates an armed trespasser; and while looking for illegal gill nets on the Rio Grande, the team encounters a Mexican boat on U.S. waters.
Hurricane Harvey makes landfall. Sims sifts through the wreckage on the coast; the team works on evacuating families from the floods in Houston; and wardens in East Texas rescue people and animals from the Neches Rives spilling over.
The Game Warden's marine team searches a foreign cargo vessel in the Gulf of Mexico. A man is suspected of poaching 15 deer out of season and the Game Wardens discover a large marijuana growing operation outside of Dallas.
Benny Richards is committed to conserving Texas wildlife; Albert Flores enforces fishing laws; Jennifer Provaznik schools anglers; Jayme Deschaaf makes sure dove hunters follow laws.
Texas Game Wardens are all hands on deck after a massive flash flood as they rush to a gas station that could explode. Also: A patrol through the Rio Grande leads to an unexpected encounter; and the Game Wardens investigate an illegally killed hawk.
A sick bald eagle is encountered by the wardens, and it's a race against time to ensure it survival. Meanwhile, a warden checks deer camps near the border with Mexico, and finds himself in a high-stakes foot pursuit.
Game Wardens patrol the Rio Grande in search of an unidentified body; Warden Powell investigates an unusual deer case; Wardens Boone and Ataya respond to a call about mountain lions being shot in a woman's backyard.
A known poacher gets a surprise visit from Warden Johnson; an alligator snapping turtle is relocated by Warden Boone; a poacher confesses to Wardens Inman and Eddins; fishermen on the Texas coast are educated by Warden Provaznik.
On the Gulf, hundreds of sea turtles face death during a cold spell; a tip leads to a raid on a deer poacher in central Texas; wardens crack down on white-tailed deer hunters; in southwest Texas, mule deer season is in full swing.
On Lake Sam Rayburn, a water patrol turns into a cry for help; the wardens serve a warrant to a man who illegally shot a hog; a drug arrest leads a game warden into a manhunt.
It's snapper season on the Gulf and the game wardens catching fishermen who are breaking the law; two men are investigated for cruelty to a wild pig; a jet ski collision leads to arguments; an exotic tortoise finds a new home.
It's summertime in Texas and the game wardens handle a speeding jet ski, drunk boaters, angry campers and a rowdy raccoon.
A feisty gator in Galveston County needs a new home; shrimpers try to conceal their catch; a family's property is damaged by stray bullets; the wardens stage a boat crash.
A festival attracts thousands of people to float the San Marcos River; a patrol on Lake Texoma leads to multiple arrests; a fisherman can't provide identification.
A running deer must be caught before it hurts itself; the game wardens investigate an impersonation case in which a man claims to be one of their own; Richards comes across a suspicious group while he is patrolling Lake Tawakoni.
Officer Canfield meets a feisty swimmer looking for a fight. Anger reaches a boiling point when Officers Pushee and McKee ticket a dozen unruly ATV violators at once. And as Officer McKee monitors a sleeping bear, it becomes dangerously aggravated.
In Liberty County, the death of a deer is investigated; fawns in Harris County are being illegally kept as pets; patrol on Somerville Lake leads to multiple citations; a suspicious car is stopped in Red River County.
A deer poacher is busted, a baby rattlesnake is rescued, a hummingbird evades capture, and a raccoon is released into the wild. The Game Wardens also respond to flooding conditions and a car accident.
A landowner is spoken to for a second time about illegally hunting dove. An injured deer is found hiding in a shed after being attacked. While pulling over a suspicious vehicle, the Game Wardens notice the driver hiding something under his seat.
Game Warden Eddins assists the local police with an animal cruelty case. Game Warden Richards responds to a trespassing dispute, and Game Warden Roraback relocates a snapping turtle. On the coast, Game Warden Bailey cracks down on fishermen.
In El Paso County, teal season has begun. An injured hog needs help in Hardin County. Galveston County fishermen are not playing by the rules. A suspicious driver is searched in Chambers County. Turtle hatchlings are released on South Padre Island.
Anglers are out all over Texas; in Houston County, a game warden returns after a life-threatening injury; along the coast, fishermen get caught with too many sharks; a protected turtle gets relocated, and anglers on the Gulf learn how to tag fish.
A hunter is confronted for killing a deer with a gun during bowhunting season; a man is questioned for possessing venomous copperhead snakes; while checking bowhunters at night, a game warden helps find an injured hunter.
It's the opening of deer and oyster season in Texas and Game Wardens find illegal undersized oysters; in East Texas, Game Wardens patrol deer camps; an owl is rescued from a chicken coop and set free.
Deer season is well underway across Texas; in East Texas, Game Wardens find a bobcat a new home and investigate an illegally killed deer; on the coast, the Texas Game Wardens deal with an outstanding warrant.
Warden Marshall leads the charge on a poaching investigation; Warden Richards visits an allegedly illegal snake breeder; Wardens Gould and Hickerson try to save an injured pelican; Warden Miller brings a caracara bird to rehab.
With oyster season in full swing, Texas Game Wardens ensure everyone is following the rules on land and water; hunters are investigated for trespassing on private property; game wardens find an oyster boat deckhand with several warrants.
Across Texas, Game Wardens enforce the law during prime deer season; bad weather conditions lead to a serious car wreck; a tipster reports an injured owl; an harassment issue between neighbors is addressed; illegal deer disposals are investigated.
Game Warden Herchman saves an owl; Game Wardens Richards and McGee team up to work a case in an archery-only county; Game Wardens Benge and King investigate a poaching case.