Jay takes matters into his own hands to protect his land from illegal loggers. Though he scares them off, his land still is damaged in this scene from Season 1 Episode 1, "Climb High or Die."
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Climb High or Die
There are few places left in America that are truly wild. Long ago, pioneers and explorers pushed into the last remaining unclaimed territories. But for a few brave souls, there's still one area that remains untouched and primitive: the towering tree tops of the pacific northwest
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