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Seven European bison to be released in Romania

The European bison is the heaviest surviving wild animal in Europe today. The animals went extinct in the wild in 1927 when the last one was killed by poachers in the western Caucasus. The only bison left were to be found in zoos across Europe.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 2 comments

Ted's Montana Grill restaurant chain rapidly expanding Special

The first Ted's Montana Grill was opened in Columbus, Ohio in January 2002 by Ted Turner and restaurateur George McKerrow, Jr. Since that time, the chain has expanded to 44 restaurants in 16 states with bison as the centerpiece of the menu.
Digital Journal Report by Kay Mathews

Photo: Man survives bison attack, rammed against a fence

An angry bison rammed a man who reportedly provoked it to a fence on Antelope Island in Utah, Saturday. Despite being rammed to the fence with force, the man miraculously escaped unharmed.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 3 comments

Video: Watch bison chase young boy at Yellowstone National Park

This video shows what happens when irresponsible adults are placed in charge of inexperienced children. A group of youngsters approach a wild bison while adults stand at a safe distance and encourage them to get closer and "touch him on the head."
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 3 comments

Burgers, wings and sweaters? Buffalo wool is a premium fabric Special

The iconic bison or buffalo as they are often referred to are much more than a relic of the Old West. "They are our livelihood," said Ron Miskin, of The Buffalo Wool Comapny headquartered in Texas.
Digital Journal Report by Jonathan Farrell - 1 comment

Poland sends 7 endangered European bison to Denmark

Denmark recently received seven European bison from Poland. The bison will live on Denmark's Bornholm island, located in the Baltic Sea.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 2 comments

Cattle producers fight return of Yellowstone bison to tribal land

The return of 64 Yellowstone bison to Montana tribal land has caught angry proponents by surprise with the genetically pure animals' quiet shipment to Fort Peck, a final step in an effort to re-populate the West with the iconic animal to its origins.
In the Media by Nancy Houser - 9 comments

Contraceptives, not Slaughterhouse: Bison get birth control shots

Officials with the Catalina Island Conservancy announced that beginning immediately they will begin injecting female bison with birth control delivered by dart gun to control the herd and insure their health and well-being.
In the Media by Sandy Sand

The North American Buffalo Is Making A Comeback

FORT WORTH, Texas (dpa) - The North American bison, or buffalo, is enjoying a renaissance in the United States, where it once influenced life like no other animal. The continent's native inhabitants, the Indians, have contributed a great deal to the...
In the Media by Joerg-Michael Dettmer
 

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Buffalo roaming free and wild as they have for thousands of years  and  not being harassed.  The Buf...
Stephany Seay
Buffalo roaming free and wild as they have for thousands of years, and "not being harassed." The Buffalo Field Campaign believes that bison should be allowed to roam freely and that commercial ventures of buffalo should be abandoned.
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Buffalo roam freely on the ranch
by Theresa Miskin, courtesy of Buffalo Wool Company
Buffalo roam freely on the ranch
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Photo taken in Réserve biologique des Monts d Azur  Haut-Thorenc  France. August 22  2011
Valène Aure
Photo taken in Réserve biologique des Monts d'Azur, Haut-Thorenc, France. August 22, 2011
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Bison chases young boy at Yellowstone
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Bison chases young boy at Yellowstone
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A buffalo up-close  the mighty and hearty mammal that weathers the harsh winters of the Great Plains...
Stephany Seay
A buffalo up-close, the mighty and hearty mammal that weathers the harsh winters of the Great Plains region. Photo provided courtesy of Buffalo Field Campaign.
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Who knew there are over 700 head of free-roaming bison on Antelope Island State Park?
Who knew there are over 700 head of free-roaming bison on Antelope Island State Park?
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Baby buffalo running free on ranch.
by Theresa Miskin, courtesy of Buffalo Wool Company
Baby buffalo running free on ranch.
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The Buffalo Field Campaign believes that North American bison should be protected as an endangered s...
Stephany Seay
The Buffalo Field Campaign believes that North American bison should be protected as an endangered species and that they should be allowed to move freely and not be subject to harm or mistreatment by cattle ranchers or farmers.
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Bison pins man to fence: Antelope Island  Utah
Wayne Ebenroth
Bison pins man to fence: Antelope Island, Utah
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A buffalo couple at home on the ranch.
by Theresa Miskin, courtesy of Buffalo Wool Company
A buffalo couple at home on the ranch.
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The European bison is an endangered species
Jairo S. Feris Delgado
The European bison is an endangered species
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Courtesy of the National Bison Association
Dave Carter
Courtesy of the National Bison Association
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A mother buffalo and her calf  grazing in open fields.
Dave Carter
A mother buffalo and her calf, grazing in open fields.
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European bisons (Bison bonasus) at Vânători-Neamț Natural Park in Romania. Picture taken: Nov. 18...
Ccezar2004
European bisons (Bison bonasus) at Vânători-Neamț Natural Park in Romania. Picture taken: Nov. 18, 2005
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