American bison


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American bison

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The problems created by open-access resources can be illustrated by recalling the fate of the American bison.
In addition to those states and provinces, the restoration of the American bison was championed by our Indian tribes.
At the heart of the controversy around the resurgence of the North American bison is the motivation behind it: was it to maintain a species or to secure a market commodity?
RUTLAND - Normally home to the American Bison, Alta Vista Farm was transformed into the Battle of Windy Knoll as Civil War reenactors from the Union and Confederate armies took over the farm for the weekend.
Wholly owned subsidiary of Republic Airways Holdings Inc Frontier Airlines today announced that it is the official airline of Colorado State University, University of Colorado and University of Wyoming athletics and has appointed Stanley the bighorn sheep, Humphrey the American bison and Sally the mustang as the official animals of these teams.
uk Farm park featuring animals for the kids to meet, although the star turn is the herd of American Bison.
The federal government deliberately crossbred the remaining American bison to domestic cattle around the turn of the century to stave off the extinction of these wonderful treasures after the Indian Wars and over hunting had all but wiped the breed off the planet.
And don't forget the Wild West of the USA which before it was colonised was the home to countless millions of North American Bison.
45-70 accounted for millions of bison, and the American bison is much larger than a Cape buffalo.
discuss responses of female cowbirds to the presence of American bison (Bison bison) showing that females commuted longer distances to and from grazing bison.
They've purchased thousands of acres for grassland reserves in Montana and have reintroduced genetically pure American bison.
The American bison population was estimated to have been as high as 60 million in 1830, but within six decades, the animals were hunted nearly to extinction and their population dropped to less than 1,000.

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