Fish and Wildlife Service, California.
Blue Ridge National Wildlife Refuge is part of the cooperatively-managed Blue Ridge Wildlife Habitat Area, an 11,000-acre area set aside as an important roosting area located close to historic nesting and foraging habitat for the California condor. The Refuge is administered by the Hopper Mountain National Wildlife Refuge Complex in Ventura, California.
There are three principal private owners and four public owners: the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the USDA Forest Service, and California Department of Fish and Game. This refuge consists of almost 900 acres of coniferous forests dominated by ponderosa pine and incense cedar.
The refuge is located in Tulare County, California, approximately 11 air miles north of the town of Springville. The refuge is closed to public use.