Welcome back to the podcast! In this episode Lee and Adam dive into the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership and they work they do in the political realm on behalf of all public land owners and especially hunters and anglers. The guys speak with Joel Webster, the TRCP Director of Western Lands, on the specifics of […]Read more "Episode 019: The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership and the Sportsmen’s Country Campaign"
Welcome back to the Right To Roam podcast! This episode the the continuation of Lee and Adam’s discussion from Episode 016 on hunter ethics. In this episode the soapboxes can get a little taller and the issues a bit more in depth as field craft and weapon proficiency are both discussed. We appreciate you taking […]Read more "Episode 018: Hunter Ethics Pt. 2"
Welcome back to the Right To Roam podcast. In this episode the guys sit down and recap and relive their 2017 hunting season as it nears completion. From pronghorn in August to late season elk and white tail deer, they cover it all. There are some feel good stories, lessons learned, memories recounted and unforgettable […]Read more "Episode 017: The Right To Roam Season Recap"
Welcome back to the Right To Roam Podcast and thanks for tuning into the show! This episode of the podcast marks the first of an indeterminable number of discussions that will focus on the listeners’ suggestions that we cover the grey area of “Hunter Ethics.” Lee and Adam do their best to get deep into […]Read more "Episode 016: Hunter Ethics…Part 1"
Welcome back to the Right To Roam Podcast. On this episode, Lee and Adam get into the reeds and stubble fields with Joshua Stafford and discuss waterfowl management on both public and private lands. Josh is a Research Ecologist with the South Dakota Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit as well as an avid bird […]Read more "Episode 015: Waterfowl and Wetlands"
In this episode Chris and Adam are joined by Wyoming Game and Fish Large Carnivore Biologist, Luke Ellsbury, to discuss Luke’s 20+ years of experience as a houndsman and what hunting large predators with dogs entails as well as some of the finer points of managing large carnivores like the mountain lion in the American […]Read more "Episode 014: Hounds, Hot Tracks, and Lion Tales!"
On this episode of the Right To Roam podcast, 3/4 of the hosting contingent are joined by co-coordinator of the March for Science, Kristen Gunther, to discuss the importance of science in education and our management practices, where and how the scientific process can be effective, and some of the roadblocks and hurdles that can […]Read more "Episode 013: The March for Science"