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Feb. 15, 2017
Lone Star Law Second Season Premieres Sunday, Feb. 19
AUSTIN - The nation will once again be able to ride along with Texas Game Wardens as they patrol more than a quarter-million square miles of Texas' deserts, lakes, piney wood, bayous, plains and coastline as the second season of Lone Star Law premiers this Sunday, Feb. 19. at 9 p.m.
Lone Star Law features Texas game wardens who protect the people and natural resources of our state. Every day, game wardens encounter all types of situations affecting both citizens and the state's wild places and wild things. At a moment's notice, they must rush to investigate large-scale poaching cases, save victims from the devastating effects of natural disaster, disrupt illegal smuggling operations along the Gulf of Mexico and rescue injured wildlife.
See more about Lone Star Law online at Animal Planet and on Facebook .
For a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the show, visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's YouTube page .
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