Bison, symbolic animals of the Great Plains, are often mistakenly called buffaloes. By any name, they are formidable beasts and the heaviest land animals in North America. They stand 5 to 6.5 feet tall at the shoulder and can weigh over a ton. Despite their size, however, they are quick on their feet, running at speeds of up to 40 miles per hour. Bison once covered the Great Plains and much of North America, and were critically important to Plains Indian societies. During the 10th century, settlers killed some 50 million bison for food, sport, and to deprive Native Americans of their most important natural asset. The once enormous herds were reduced to only a few hundred animals. Today, numbers have rebounded somewhat but most live in preserves or on private ranches. Yellowstone’s herd numbers around 3000 animals. This momma bison had given birth to this little “red dog” less than 24 hours before this image was made. Spring is my favorite time of year in Yellowstone and that is due to these adorable babies.
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