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Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming


An icon of the American West, wild bison evoke thoughts of rugged wilderness and a free spirit. Their heavy coats and ability to survive on minimal winter nourishment allow them to survive the harsh Yellowstone winters. Thick fog gives way to clear skies as this bison makes its way to a geothermal area in search of grass exposed by the warm earth.  In rare sub-zero conditions, bison near the geysers become coated in a beautiful blanket of frost. Once numbering over 30 million animals in North America, the Yellowstone herd of approximately 4500 animals is the largest wild remnant of this beautiful animal.


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