National Elk Refuge, Wyoming
Bison are an iconic symbol of the American West. Once numbering more than 50 million animals across the plains, bison are now mainly relegated to a few captive herds. The one exception to the decline of bison wildness is the free-ranging herd in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem which generally numbers around 3000 animals. On this clear, crisp winter day, a mature bull bison forages for food on the National Elk Refuge near Jackson, Wyoming with Grand Teton presiding over the scene. Sadly, the state of Montana slaughters hundreds of wild Yellowstone bison every winter as they wander out of the park in a supposed effort to prevent disease transmission to cattle.
Edition of 250
Select sizing and framing options to see pricing.
Ground shipping inlcuded in price shown.
Frameless Mount prints ship in approximately 2-3 weeks. Framed prints ship in approximately 4-5 weeks.
Frameless Mount, Floater Frame, and Classic Charcoal Frame offered online for this image. The Floater Frame will add approximately 2 inches to the height and width of the print size. The Classic Charcoal frame will add approximately 8 inches to the height and width of print size.
Select "Additional Framing Options" if you are interested in one of our other frames shown on the Frames and Liners page of this website. One of our representatives will call you within one day of your payment being processed to help select the frame and liner you would prefer.
Sale is final 14 days after receipt of product.