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Game Warden Stories: Mich. DNR Leads Rescue of Missing Hunter

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Game Warden Stories: Mich. DNR Leads Rescue of Missing Hunter

The illegal sale of this tiger tooth was uncovered by conservation officers in New York. (Photo courtesy of New York State Department of Environmental Conservation)

Wildlife officers, whether they're called conservation officers, rangers or game wardens, face a myriad of incidents when in the field. These game warden stories range from the serious to the ridiculous.

Michigan Officer Leads Rescue of Missing Hunter

Facing a cold rain and 40 mph winds, Michigan first responders rescued a North Carolina man who was lost and stuck in the mud on the opening weekend of the state's gun deer season.

Conservation Officer Amanda McCurdy coordinated a successful multi-agency search and rescue of the 75-year-old from Candler, N.C., who hadn't been seen since the morning at deer camp with family and friends in Benzie County. The man had a...

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