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A Home Where The Buffalo Roam

Bison And Mountains In The Lamar ValleyGrand Teton Scenery

It’s pretty cool when we see bison roaming the landscapes of Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, and they sure make for great photo ops. Now, Montana officials are going to allow wild bison back in the state, but they want more study done as to where they are going to be allowed to roam, according to an article published in today’s edition of the National Parks Traveler.

To read the article, click on either of the images above.

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Bison Can Control Yellowstone’s Green-Up In The Spring

Bison And Mountains In The Lamar Valley

Think of bison as “ecological engineers.” According to an article in the National Parks Traveler, they had control in many parts of the green-up of spring in Yellowstone National Park.

To read the article, click on the image above.

Woulda/coulda/shoulda spent more time photographing bison during my October trip to Yellowstone. Next time, I will!

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