3rd season of 'North Woods Law' to debut Tuesday

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A third season of "North Woods Law" featuring New Hampshire's Fish and Game Department conservation officers is about to start.

The premiere episode, scheduled Tuesday on Animal Planet, shows officers responding to a call about an endangered rattlesnake; an ATV festival accident in which a man's head has been run over; and the carryout of an international exchange student who collapsed on Mount Willard.

Other stories include officers looking for a mother bear and two cubs in a residential backyard area, and helping a gray seal get from a tidal creek back to the ocean. In another, an officer attempts to rescue a Great Blue Heron that's been hit by a car, and later faces off with a moose that may have a dangerous disease.