Boy-zshan Bi-den (Buffalo Return)

Boy-zshan Bi-den (Buffalo Return)

Bison were nearly exterminated across North America. Thanks to the Shoshone tribe, the National Wildlife Federation and the coordinated efforts of a host of other individuals and organizations, bison have finally been brought back the Wind River Indian Reservation and a landscape that they once defined. For more information, please visit: www.nwf.org/tribalbison

18 thoughts on “Boy-zshan Bi-den (Buffalo Return)”

  1. Great video of the buffalo's return. The video brought tears to my eyes. When will we as a nation of people learn to value and respect all living beings? Thanks to the persistant efforts of the people of the Wind River Indian Reservation and the National Wildlife Federation!!

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  2. The Indians hunted buffalo for food. The settlers (immigrants) hunted them for sport! Great herds were annihilated! ALL for SPORT! They were left to ROT in the sun!
    This is still going on in the US! Cattle ranchers are angry with sharing (federal land) with buffalo. They want it for their cattle!

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  3. One of the most majestic, regal, magnificent animals on earth. The same genocide that was perpetrated against the Native Americans was perpetrated against these beautiful bison.

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  4. This project is truly a beautiful thing. I hope this will be one of many bison reintroductions to come in the near future.

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  5. NOW I hope they teach the kids how to manage these herds AND how to processes the meat and hides and how to use the bones etc…

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  6. My wife and I financially contributed to this relocation, and will do more for future pure bison returns to Indian reservations where they belong. Warms our hearts to be a very tiny part of this effort.

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  7. Tatunka..is that the word that used to be used for buffalo? Im sure I spelled it wrong..means stand your ground I believe,how fitting for this,back where they should be and with much respect. my first experiance with Buffalo was in South Dakota at Custer State park,I have much respect for these Amazeing animals.

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  8. Purely amazing to watch such respect for the wild buffalo. They belong here. They should be free and they should be protected always. It shows a deep respect for mother earth and all her creatures.

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