Yellowstone Park bison herd

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  • There remain various questions and concerns regarding future management of the Yellowstone Park Bison Herd.
  • However, the Yellowstone Park bison herd were pure plains bison, and not any of the other previously suggested subspecies.
  • The Yellowstone Park bison herd is the oldest and largest public bison herd in the United States.
  • It was originally founded with bison from the Yellowstone Park bison herd.
  • It was originally founded with bison from the Yellowstone Park Bison Herd.
  • The Yellowstone Park bison herd is believed to be one of only four free roaming and genetically pure herds on public lands in North America.
  • The Henry Mountain bison herd was started with animals transplanted from the Yellowstone Park bison herd.
  • Unlike the Yellowstone Park bison herd, the Wind Cave bison herd is currently brucellosis-free.
  • The Yellowstone Park bison herd in Yellowstone National Park is probably the oldest and largest public bison herd in the United States.
  • At the same time, unlike the population of bison in the Yellowstone Park bison herd, the Henry Mountain bison are relatively free of disease, especially brucellosis.
  • This is significant for the Wind Cave bison herd, since this herd was founded, in part, with animals from the Yellowstone Park bison herd.
  • However, the Yellowstone Park bison herd were pure plains bison (B. b. bison), and not any of the other previously suggested subspecies.
  • It appears that the Yellowstone Park bison herd was the last free ranging bison herd in the United States and the only location where they did not go locally extinct in the United States.
  • The Yellowstone Park Bison Herd formed naturally from a few bison that remained in the Yellowstone Park area after the great slaughter at the end of the 19th century.
  • It appears that the Yellowstone Park bison herd was the last free-ranging bison herd in the United States and the only place where bison were not extirpated in the United States.
  • However, the Yellowstone Park bison herd were pure plains bison (Bison bison bison), and not any of the other previously suggested subspecies.
  • Most specialists in population biology feel it is not generally desirable to merge significant numbers of transplanted individuals with a large, already existing herd or population, such as the Yellowstone Park bison herd since those herds are probably already at or near their carrying capacity.
  • The bison in the Yellowstone Park bison herd are American bison of the Plains bison subspecies.
  • However, the Yellowstone Park bison herd were pure Plains bison (Bison bison bison), and not any of the other previously suggested subspecies.
  • Though the number is usually several hundred, up to more than a thousand bison from the Yellowstone Park Bison Herd have been killed in some years when they wander north from the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park into private and state lands of Montana.
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