Bison entered the Americas through the landbridge from Siberia during an Ice Age. – Wikipedia
National Bison Day is the first Saturday in November. Hashtag:
Bison are Back – The Conversation
The National Park Service has released a guide to safely petting bison after recent dangerous encounters between tourists and the giant animals.
Here's the short version: Don't.https://t.co/4mJ6J5BHHD
— CNN (@CNN) August 10, 2019
Bad news: This is a photo of bison skulls collected during their mass slaughter in the mid-1870s. By 1890, there were <1k left.
Good news: Today ~500k bison have been restored in over 6k locations, inc public lands, private ranches + Native American lands: https://t.co/VLV1yZZBbH pic.twitter.com/jk6U9n4qaA
— The Conversation (@ConversationEDU) January 21, 2019
— WCS (@TheWCS) November 2, 2017
Thumpety thump thump, thumpety thump thump…Look at bison go.
Remember to treat wildlife with proper caution and respect. Learn more tips at https://t.co/IoXAO5iykr
— National Park Service (@NatlParkService) December 19, 2018