Conservation hunting ranches are large tracts of land where wildlife and hunters enjoy a pristine environment. Many of these ranches span hundreds if not thousands of acres, and some provide habitat for species that are extinct or nearly extinct in the wild. Animals on ranches are healthier and live longer than their counterparts in the wild, and hunters get the opportunity to track and hunt mature animals on private land, in a safe environment where they know that their fellow hunters are trained and responsible.

The ranches contain wild animals living on vast properties with cover and brush. Conservation hunting involves tracking and hunting like you would on any public land or other wildlife area. These ranches also provide undeveloped habitats for thousands of other animals including birds, waterfowl, and small mammals.