A lawsuit filed by several activists is seeking to keep a herd of homeless bison originally from Yellowstone Park out of the hands of Ted Turner, who would keep three-quarters of their offspring as payment.Read More »
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A visit during the winter season shows a completely different -- and refreshing -- side of the Park. Parts of the Park are dormant, as many species retreat into dens and nests for hibernation. But other parts seem even more majestic than during the summer months.
A panel of reps from state and federal agencies is recommending more effort be made to haze wayward Yellowstone National Park bison back into the Park, rather than slaughter them, as an effort is made to create more flexible guidelines in bison management.Read More »
Bison are some of the most iconic creatures in Yellowstone National Park, as well as some of the most dangerous. On Wednesday morning, July 22, a 55 year-old man from Norco, Cal. found that out the hard way after being gored by a bison in the Bridge Bay Campground area.Read More »
Three Yellowstone National Park bison were killed by Montana Department of Livestock officials after wandering outside the confines of the Park and an area designated for bison grazing, while a fourth was killed near the South Fork of the Madison River.Read More »
[Wednesday, March 18, 2008] As of Monday, March 16, 1,098 bison have been shot or sent to slaughter as they attempted to leave Yellowstone Park, topping the old record from 1996-1997 of 1,084. The number may exceed 1,200 in the coming days, which will be approximately one quarter of the park bison population (estimated: 4,700 bison, 2007). For details click on the …Read More »