Watch “TRCP’s Conservation Field Notes” to learn more about the Blue Range and the value of our roadless public lands .
Home to big game, wild turkey and native trout, the 172,762-acre Blue Range Primitive Area in Arizona is the last designated primitive area – an old term for designated backcountry lands – in the United States.
Join Steven Rinella on the latest episode of “TRCP’s Conservation Field Notes” as he hunts mountain lion and discusses the importance of the Blue Range Primitive Area to hunters and anglers. The loss of the area’s backcountry character would negatively impact sportsmen and the fish and wildlife we pursue.
Watch as Steven Rinella travels to remote Montana on season two of "TRCP's Conservation Field Notes." Read More
Join Steven Rinella in the latest episode of "TRCP’s Conservation Field Notes" as he discusses how access is a key component of our continued ability to hunt and fish. Read More
New season follows Rinella to far-flung destinations across the globe in search of adventure, thrilling hunts and killer food. Read More
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