Tag Archives: bison

Additional Details Released on Stephens Creek Protesters

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A court date has been set for the protesters arrested at the Stephens Creek Bison Capture Facility in Yellowstone National Park.

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Pair of Protesters Arrested After Chaining Selves to Stephens Creek Chute

A pair of bison advocates have been arrested after chaining themselves to a chute in Stephens Creek.

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Bozeman Law Firm Sues to Block Yellowstone Bison Hazing

A Bozeman, Montana-based law firm has sued to prevent the capture/hazing of bison north of Yellowstone National Park.

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Fences Cut For Second Time This Year at Stephens Creek

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For the second time this year, fences at Yellowstone’s Stephens Creek facility were compromised, releasing bison being kept there.

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Yellowstone Potter Reflects on Career

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A lifetime’s career started with a high school art teacher trying to break up a couple of jocks screwing around wrestling in a corridor between classes.

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Bison Operations Begin in Yellowstone National Park

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Bison operations began in Yellowstone National Park Friday afternoon, February 16, 2018, with bison being corralled into Stephens Creek.

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Crow Tribe Wants to Join Tribal Hunts of Yellowstone Bison

The Crow Tribe want to become the seventh tribe permitted to hunt Yellowstone bison and elk outside the park during winter.

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Slow Season So Far for Yellowstone Bison Hunters

Hunters have killed far fewer Yellowstone bison north and west of the park than they did at this time last year.

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Federal Court Asks USFWS to Reconsider Protections for Yellowstone Bison

A federal judge has ruled the federal government must review whether Yellowstone bison warrant protection under the Endangered Species Act.

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Park Staff Continue Search for Escaped Yellowstone Bison

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The search continues for 52 Yellowstone bison who left the Stephens Creek quarantine area through a cut fence.

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