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Wild Justice Features California Game Wardens Catching Animal Poachers

California’s Game Wardens are back for a second season on the series “Wild Justice” on the National Geographic Channel and their goal in this series is to better explain the difference between hunters and poachers. Game Warden Patrick Foy will be featured on  an episode that deals with salmon poaching and many shows were filmed around Nevada County that also feature local Game Warden Jerry Karnow.

“There are several episodes in season two that will be right around the area; in several places in Grass Valley, Alta Sierra and most of them are associated with deer poaching and deer poaching investigation. There are quite a few humorous contacts and some serious contacts and it’s definitely worth watching.”

The viewer will also see wardens involved in active homicide investigations with multiple gunshot victims and an incredible scene of a warden who responds to a crashed vehicle teetering on the edge of slipping into a river, and the warden is by himself with the crash victims for the first 45 minutes before he gets help.   Season two of Wild Justice will premier Sunday evening march 11th with 2 new episodes airing that night before the series moves to Wednesday nights on the National Geographic Channel.

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