that have been removed from the Yellowstone herd and shipped to slaughter since 2000, based on a population goal of 3,000--a goal agreed upon through an outdated court-ordered settlement, not scientific analysis.
In 2003, the ADF&G acquired thirteen wood bison
that had been imported from Canada, and the animals were transferred to the care of the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center with the hopes of reintroducing the species to the 49th state.
One can formalize overexploitation as the use of a resource, such as bison
(B), at time t, even though
But by the next morning the idea had taken hold and over the next few months they set about the tricky task of buying some bison
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herds use to roam across American, until humans almost wiped them out in the centuries leading up to the early 20th century.
A 2011 National Wildlife Federation survey showed that a majority of the state's residents supported reintroduction of huntable bison
into the Charles M.
Today, North America's bison
population has grown to some 400,000.
A large-scale project for the return of the forest bison
began in April 2006.
Breeding requires investmentThe European Bison
Reservation will keep 20 animals, which is, in Garaj's word, acceptable for its current size of 140 hectares.
The funding comes a little more than a year after the successful launch of Cobalt LP and Cobalt GP, a suite of business intelligence software products built by Bison
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The mechanisms by which bison
increase plant diversity are not yet fully understood.