Rounding Up Bison To Maintain A ‘Living Ark’ In Oklahoma’s Tallgrass Prairie
Bison on the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in northeastern Oklahoma live a quiet life. Most come into contact with humans just once a year. November is a noisy time when fur flies, calves whine and hooves stomp. The chaotic scene is critical to keeping the herd healthy.
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