BHA Member Brian Rogers Travels to the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge

Izembek is a 315,000 acre, 492 square mile, wilderness-wetland complex in far southwest Alaska. Izembek is remarkable for the expanses of eel grass vital to the survival of the world’s entire population of Pacific black brant and emperor geese.  Yet, this wildlife refuge is threatened by a short-sighted proposal to develop a road through the middle of this otherwise intact backcountry hunting and fishing destination. 

The following is a photo essay by BHA Member, Brian Rogers, which captures why sportsmen should care…


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