Posted February 2, 2017 10:01 am by Comments

By AmmoLand Editor Duncan Johnson

From left, videographer Kristin Ojaniemi; Paul Theriault and his grandson Andrew Stahl, both of Petoskey; and Michigan Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officer Mark Leadman. Leadman talks with deer hunters Theriault and Stahl in Marquette County during the firearm deer season in November 2016, while Ojaniemi captures the scene for the “Wardens” television show.
From left, videographer Kristin Ojaniemi; Paul Theriault and his grandson Andrew Stahl, both of Petoskey; and Michigan Department of Natural Resources Conservation Officer Mark Leadman. Leadman talks with deer hunters Theriault and Stahl in Marquette County during the firearm deer season in November 2016, while Ojaniemi captures the scene for the “Wardens” television show.
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Michigan Department of Natural Resources

Michigan-(Ammoland.com)- The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has partnered with the Outdoor Channel on production of the 2017 season of its television series “Wardens.”

Each episode of the season, which will air on Outdoor Channel Mondays at 9:30 p.m. (beginning Feb. 6), will showcase law enforcement work of DNR conservation officers and the DNR’s natural resources management efforts.

“We are thrilled to have the Outdoor Channel in Michigan to showcase our state’s world-class natural resources – fabulous forests, award-winning state parks, an abundance of wildlife and the largest portfolio of freshwater fisheries in the world,” said DNR Director Keith Creagh. “This is a unique opportunity to give the public a closer look at what the men and women of the DNR – our dedicated conservation officers, but also biologists, foresters, park managers – do to conserve, protect …Read the Rest

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