bison herd

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  • They said that large bison herds could be found four days journey to the North.
  • Wild European bison herds also existed in the forest until the mid-17th century.
  • There remain various questions and concerns regarding future management of the Henry Mountain bison herd.
  • The Indian tribes typically visited different areas in different seasons, as they followed the bison herds for hunting periods.
  • The federal government proposed large scale ranching and breeding plans for bison herds.
  • They were nomadic people, following the bison herds, and camping many places each year.
  • As a result, bison herds could delay a train for days.
  • A small bison herd is also maintained on-site.
  • Most private and public bison herds in the United States are not genetically pure.
  • Before European settlement, the brown-headed cowbird followed bison herds across the prairies.
  • Buffalo Gap was settled at the site of a natural pass through which bison herds traveled.
  • It is the only continuously wild bison herd in the United States.
  • Hunting is also allowed every year in the Henry Mountains Bison Herd in Utah.
  • Over the decades, the bison herd grew to as many as 600 individuals.
  • The non-native but charismatic Catalina Island bison herd has existed for nearly a century.
  • Only one Southern Plains bison herd was established in Texas.
  • At that time the short-grass country of the Platte Valley was the great center of the bison herds. Cited from The Covered Wagon, by Emerson Hough
  • In it the bison herd requires no winter feeding whatever. Cited from Our Vanishing Wild Life, by William T. Hornaday
  • There remain various questions and concerns regarding future management of the Yellowstone Park Bison Herd.
  • Much of the region was home to American Bison herds until they were hunted to near extinction during the mid/late 19th century.
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