Bison (American Buffalo)

Bison, commonly known as the American Buffalo, once freely ranged the North American Continent. Considered sacred and essential by the indigenous people of America, the bison continues to exist in relatively small numbers (Once There Were Millions) due to their own tenacity and because of the foresight and diligence of conservationists. Yellowstone National Park provides the habitat and sanctuary for the largest numbers of free ranging American Buffalo in the world today. Long may they roam!

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Yellowstone Dust Storm

A Yellowstone bison (buffalo) shakes off a cloud of dust that is driven by the wind. Though a common...

Yellowstone Procession - Bison

A herd of Bison (Buffalo) make their way through the foggy hot springs of Yellowstone in a winter procession.  This...
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