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In 2002, the United States government donated some bison calves from South Dakota and Colorado to the Mexican government. Their descendants live in the Mexican nature reserves El Uno Ranch at Janos and Santa Elena Canyon, Chihuahua, and Boquillas del Carmen, Coahuila, located near the southern banks of the Rio Grande. #BisonFact #NorthAmerica #LargestMammal #Bison #survivor
In 2002, the United States government donated some bison calves from South Dakota and Colorado to the Mexican government. Their descendants live in the Mexican nature reserves El Uno Ranch at Janos and Santa Elena Canyon, Chihuahua, and Boquillas del Carmen, Coahuila, located near the southern banks of the Rio Grande. #BisonFact  #NorthAmerica  #LargestMammal  #Bison  #survivor 
• Just what the DR ordered- Low Carb Bison Burger! Added an egg and bell peppers to top it off (Delicious!). For dessert, I had my fav almond butter and some celery- winning! 😋😋😋😋 #chef #doctor #bison #burger #lowcarb #nutrition #eathealthy #motivation #foodporn #foodie #foodselfie #bisonburger #foodnetwork #bodybuilding #fitness #model #fitguys #guyswholift #npcbikini #npcfigure #physique #athlete #goals #focus #lonewolf #fitfam #fitcouple #husbandmeup #usa
• Just what the DR ordered- Low Carb Bison Burger! Added an egg and bell peppers to top it off (Delicious!). For dessert, I had my fav almond butter and some celery- winning! 😋😋😋😋 #chef  #doctor  #bison  #burger  #lowcarb  #nutrition  #eathealthy  #motivation  #foodporn  #foodie  #foodselfie  #bisonburger  #foodnetwork  #bodybuilding  #fitness  #model  #fitguys  #guyswholift  #npcbikini  #npcfigure  #physique  #athlete  #goals  #focus  #lonewolf  #fitfam  #fitcouple  #husbandmeup  #usa 
congratulations 2.5 years.. 😒 🎂😴 @Timberboards @justwearoficial @losboards 
@sharkwheel 
@blacktoptrucks @swarmskateboard @longboarddance 
@smilelongboard  #longboard #Sp #losboards  #timberboards #skatetimber #handcraftedinnetherlands #madeinthenetherlands #primordialseries #flamingo #tortuga #bison #conselecta #axolotl #logboarddancing #dancer #dancing #dancingboard #freestyle #longboardfreestyle #dancingfreestyle #freestyleboard #amgreatintegration #am #netherlands🇳🇱 #leeuwarden
congratulations 2.5 years.. 😒 🎂😴 @Timberboards @justwearoficial @losboards @sharkwheel @blacktoptrucks @swarmskateboard @longboarddance @smilelongboard #longboard  #Sp  #losboards  #timberboards  #skatetimber  #handcraftedinnetherlands  #madeinthenetherlands  #primordialseries  #flamingo  #tortuga  #bison  #conselecta  #axolotl  #logboarddancing  #dancer  #dancing  #dancingboard  #freestyle  #longboardfreestyle  #dancingfreestyle  #freestyleboard  #amgreatintegration  #am  #netherlands 🇳🇱 #leeuwarden 
Started details today on “Andrew.” #buffalo #bison #mixedmedia
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Bison переехал в Scenarium  Радищева 25
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Комплектом или по отдельности? В любом случае жакет и юбка из микровельвета от россйиских дизайнеров выглядят удивительно красиво!
Ждём Вас в @scenarium_official 
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. Bison переехал в Scenarium Радищева 25 + 7(982)730-80-81 . Комплектом или по отдельности? В любом случае жакет и юбка из микровельвета от россйиских дизайнеров выглядят удивительно красиво! Ждём Вас в @scenarium_official #Bison #bisonfur #радищева25 #скидки #шуба #мех #позвольсебебольше #верхняяодежда #пальто #паркасмехом #шуба #норковаяшуба #sale #style #fashionstyle #shopping 
Saw this old plate I did for class back when I was still studying in Mapua, and I thought I’d share it 🎨
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Sometimes you just gotta do your own thing.
Sometimes you just gotta do your own thing.
Melakukan sesuai kemampuan.. #onenoart 
#onenoartshop 
#pointilism 
#drawing 
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#yellowstonenationalpark has the best photo opportunities to see animals. #bison or #buffalo, #raven #blackbears #mommabearandcubs #yellowbelliedmarmot
Den perfekte Fars dags gave !🎁
Den kortærmet skjorte er et lækkert alternativ i den dejlige varme😎🌞Den findes i mange variationer med mønstre og print. 
#lindbergh #superdry #bison #danmarksældsteherrertøjsbutik
Headed up north ❄️🍂🏔 #idaho #wyoming #montana #mountians #volcano #snow #bison #elk #yellowstonenationalpark #storm
What did the buffalo say when his son went to college. “Bison” #wainwright #bison
What did the buffalo say when his son went to college. “Bison” #wainwright  #bison 
Facts about Bandhavgarh
Bandhavgarh National Park had a small population of gaur, but due to disease passed from cattle to them, all of them died. The project of reintroduction of gaurs dealt with shifting some gaurs from Kanha National Park to Bandhavgarh. 50 animals were shifted by the winter of 2012. 
Photo Courtesy : Pradeep Wasunkar

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Facts about Bandhavgarh Bandhavgarh National Park had a small population of gaur, but due to disease passed from cattle to them, all of them died. The project of reintroduction of gaurs dealt with shifting some gaurs from Kanha National Park to Bandhavgarh. 50 animals were shifted by the winter of 2012. Photo Courtesy : Pradeep Wasunkar #Facts  #FactsAboutBandhavgarh  #Gaur  #MadhyaPradesh  #kanha  #nationalgeographic  #traveller  #outlooktraveller  #condenasttraveller  #nikon  #nikonphotography  #animalplanet  #bbc  #bbcwildlife  #bbcspringwatch  #madhyapradesh  #india  #IncredibleIndia  #natgeo  #architecture  #bull  #bison  #bisonofinstagram  #natgeowild  #natgeoyoushot  #indianwildlifeofficial  #animalplanet  #animalsofinstagram 
Day Eight in Yellowstone. Drove to the Grand Teton National Park. Today marked seeing all 5 Yellowstone entrances, we saw a grizzly bear, and then further down the road another grizzly with two cubs, also saw another Bald Eagle. #yellowstonenationalpark #yellowstone #continentaldivide #grandtetons #baldeagle #bison #wheresthemoose
Just remember that your week will NEVER be as physically and mentally tough as it is for the Bison in Montana in the winter... #perspective #lifeishard #toughlife #winter #spring #snow #bison #montana #endure 
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Photo by @williamalbertallard // These bison plunging through deep snow were photographed in Montana in 1966. I was fairly new at National Geographic but had been assigned to photograph wildlife in the winter in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone then had a herd of about 400 bison that park management was trying to gather to check for brucellosis, a contagious disease that in cattle can cause cows to abort their calves. I was flying at about 500 feet in a Bell two-seater helicopter piloted by Bob Schellinger, renown for his mountain rescue work and then working for the park along with fellow pilot Elwood “Swede” Nelson. The day’s objective was to find groups of bison that inhabited the park’s Hayden Valley. When spotted, we’d drop down to skim along at tree level trying to drive them into a lane created in some timber leading to a corral trap built along Nez Perce Creek. Once contained, they’d be worked into chutes and blood tested. In the case of this picture a small number of bison had swung around to face and seemingly challenge us and in the combination of the deep snow and the downdraft from the helicopter the swirling snow created an almost watercolor-like palette for my Kodachrome transparency. 
Flying with Bob was a great pleasure. He was a superb pilot and a very nice man with a dry sense of humor. At night we used to shoot pool at a bar in tiny Gardiner, Montana where we lived in a place called the Town Motel right at the edge of the northwest entrance to the park. Bob Schellinger died in a crash several years later while attempting a mountain rescue. My essay, “Yellowstone Wildlife in Winter,” the first essay I wrote as well as photographed for National Geographic was published in November, 1967. 
#followme @williamalbertallard for more images of Montana and other assignments spanning five decades. 
@thephotosociety 
#wildlifephotography #filmphotography #bison
Just remember that your week will NEVER be as physically and mentally tough as it is for the Bison in Montana in the winter... #perspective  #lifeishard  #toughlife  #winter  #spring  #snow  #bison  #montana  #endure  #Repost  @natgeo ・・・ Photo by @williamalbertallard // These bison plunging through deep snow were photographed in Montana in 1966. I was fairly new at National Geographic but had been assigned to photograph wildlife in the winter in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone then had a herd of about 400 bison that park management was trying to gather to check for brucellosis, a contagious disease that in cattle can cause cows to abort their calves. I was flying at about 500 feet in a Bell two-seater helicopter piloted by Bob Schellinger, renown for his mountain rescue work and then working for the park along with fellow pilot Elwood “Swede” Nelson. The day’s objective was to find groups of bison that inhabited the park’s Hayden Valley. When spotted, we’d drop down to skim along at tree level trying to drive them into a lane created in some timber leading to a corral trap built along Nez Perce Creek. Once contained, they’d be worked into chutes and blood tested. In the case of this picture a small number of bison had swung around to face and seemingly challenge us and in the combination of the deep snow and the downdraft from the helicopter the swirling snow created an almost watercolor-like palette for my Kodachrome transparency. Flying with Bob was a great pleasure. He was a superb pilot and a very nice man with a dry sense of humor. At night we used to shoot pool at a bar in tiny Gardiner, Montana where we lived in a place called the Town Motel right at the edge of the northwest entrance to the park. Bob Schellinger died in a crash several years later while attempting a mountain rescue. My essay, “Yellowstone Wildlife in Winter,” the first essay I wrote as well as photographed for National Geographic was published in November, 1967. #followme  @williamalbertallard for more images of Montana and other assignments spanning five decades. @thephotosociety #wildlifephotography  #filmphotography  #bison 
State Park Fun Fact of the Day: Antelope Island is home to one of the oldest and largest Buffalo herds in the USA 🇺🇸 Approximately 600-700 live on the island
State Park Fun Fact of the Day: Antelope Island is home to one of the oldest and largest Buffalo herds in the USA 🇺🇸 Approximately 600-700 live on the island
Stopped by Neal Smith Wildlife Refuge to check out the Bison and Elk.  The Elk weren’t being very cooperative but this Bison calf posed for a portrait. 
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New Bison design up on Design Wisely.
Hope you like it.
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Just normal traffic on the Yukon. #alaskabound #alcanhighway #yukon #bison
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Another in the - for lack of a better term - Short Round series. 
Because are you even an #albertaartist if you don’t #paint #buffalo ? .
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Photo by @williamalbertallard // These bison plunging through deep snow were photographed in Montana in 1966. I was fairly new at National Geographic but had been assigned to photograph wildlife in the winter in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone then had a herd of about 400 bison that park management was trying to gather to check for brucellosis, a contagious disease that in cattle can cause cows to abort their calves. I was flying at about 500 feet in a Bell two-seater helicopter piloted by Bob Schellinger, renown for his mountain rescue work and then working for the park along with fellow pilot Elwood “Swede” Nelson. The day’s objective was to find groups of bison that inhabited the park’s Hayden Valley. When spotted, we’d drop down to skim along at tree level trying to drive them into a lane created in some timber leading to a corral trap built along Nez Perce Creek. Once contained, they’d be worked into chutes and blood tested. In the case of this picture a small number of bison had swung around to face and seemingly challenge us and in the combination of the deep snow and the downdraft from the helicopter the swirling snow created an almost watercolor-like palette for my Kodachrome transparency. 
Flying with Bob was a great pleasure. He was a superb pilot and a very nice man with a dry sense of humor. At night we used to shoot pool at a bar in tiny Gardiner, Montana where we lived in a place called the Town Motel right at the edge of the northwest entrance to the park. Bob Schellinger died in a crash several years later while attempting a mountain rescue. My essay, “Yellowstone Wildlife in Winter,” the first essay I wrote as well as photographed for National Geographic was published in November, 1967. 
#followme @williamalbertallard for more images of Montana and other assignments spanning five decades. 
@thephotosociety 
#wildlifephotography #filmphotography #bison
Photo by @williamalbertallard // These bison plunging through deep snow were photographed in Montana in 1966. I was fairly new at National Geographic but had been assigned to photograph wildlife in the winter in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone then had a herd of about 400 bison that park management was trying to gather to check for brucellosis, a contagious disease that in cattle can cause cows to abort their calves. I was flying at about 500 feet in a Bell two-seater helicopter piloted by Bob Schellinger, renown for his mountain rescue work and then working for the park along with fellow pilot Elwood “Swede” Nelson. The day’s objective was to find groups of bison that inhabited the park’s Hayden Valley. When spotted, we’d drop down to skim along at tree level trying to drive them into a lane created in some timber leading to a corral trap built along Nez Perce Creek. Once contained, they’d be worked into chutes and blood tested. In the case of this picture a small number of bison had swung around to face and seemingly challenge us and in the combination of the deep snow and the downdraft from the helicopter the swirling snow created an almost watercolor-like palette for my Kodachrome transparency. Flying with Bob was a great pleasure. He was a superb pilot and a very nice man with a dry sense of humor. At night we used to shoot pool at a bar in tiny Gardiner, Montana where we lived in a place called the Town Motel right at the edge of the northwest entrance to the park. Bob Schellinger died in a crash several years later while attempting a mountain rescue. My essay, “Yellowstone Wildlife in Winter,” the first essay I wrote as well as photographed for National Geographic was published in November, 1967. #followme  @williamalbertallard for more images of Montana and other assignments spanning five decades. @thephotosociety #wildlifephotography  #filmphotography  #bison 
The genocide of the Indigenous people of this continent was not limited to people.  This mountain of buffalo skulls is evidence of the elimination of bison to starve out the Natives.  Not only was it intended to starve out the Natives, greedy, conspiring businessman also planned on using their beef to feed the Natives and to get rich.  It is long past time to let bison return to their ancestral lands.  However, the ancestors of the original cattle industry are still using propaganda to keep bison from returning home  #bison #neversurrender
The genocide of the Indigenous people of this continent was not limited to people. This mountain of buffalo skulls is evidence of the elimination of bison to starve out the Natives. Not only was it intended to starve out the Natives, greedy, conspiring businessman also planned on using their beef to feed the Natives and to get rich. It is long past time to let bison return to their ancestral lands. However, the ancestors of the original cattle industry are still using propaganda to keep bison from returning home #bison  #neversurrender 
Flew to Minneapolis for Hell’s Kitchen’s famous Bison Benedict, to speak on stage at the world renown Guthrie Theater, talk about Rotary, to make new friends, help spark ideas to start new Rotaract clubs, and to get an inside tour of the American Refugee Committee Headquarters! What a great day!
Flew to Minneapolis for Hell’s Kitchen’s famous Bison Benedict, to speak on stage at the world renown Guthrie Theater, talk about Rotary, to make new friends, help spark ideas to start new Rotaract clubs, and to get an inside tour of the American Refugee Committee Headquarters! What a great day!
When #europe came, they didn’t send their finest.
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When #europe  came, they didn’t send their finest. • • • • • They slaughtered #northamerican  #bison  , poisoned water sources, put Reservations near radioactive land, opened boarding schools to kill #native  culture, and #overdeveloped  .
Shop our 92% lean ground bison!! Absolutely delicious, and a crowd pleaser!! .
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Regrann from @natgeo -  Photo by @williamalbertallard // These bison plunging through deep snow were photographed in Montana in 1966. I was fairly new at National Geographic but had been assigned to photograph wildlife in the winter in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone then had a herd of about 400 bison that park management was trying to gather to check for brucellosis, a contagious disease that in cattle can cause cows to abort their calves. I was flying at about 500 feet in a Bell two-seater helicopter piloted by Bob Schellinger, renown for his mountain rescue work and then working for the park along with fellow pilot Elwood “Swede” Nelson. The day’s objective was to find groups of bison that inhabited the park’s Hayden Valley. When spotted, we’d drop down to skim along at tree level trying to drive them into a lane created in some timber leading to a corral trap built along Nez Perce Creek. Once contained, they’d be worked into chutes and blood tested. In the case of this picture a small number of bison had swung around to face and seemingly challenge us and in the combination of the deep snow and the downdraft from the helicopter the swirling snow created an almost watercolor-like palette for my Kodachrome transparency. 
Flying with Bob was a great pleasure. He was a superb pilot and a very nice man with a dry sense of humor. At night we used to shoot pool at a bar in tiny Gardiner, Montana where we lived in a place called the Town Motel right at the edge of the northwest entrance to the park. Bob Schellinger died in a crash several years later while attempting a mountain rescue. My essay, “Yellowstone Wildlife in Winter,” the first essay I wrote as well as photographed for National Geographic was published in November, 1967. 
#followme @williamalbertallard for more images of Montana and other assignments spanning five decades. 
@thephotosociety 
#wildlifephotography #filmphotography #bison - #regrann
Regrann from @natgeo - Photo by @williamalbertallard // These bison plunging through deep snow were photographed in Montana in 1966. I was fairly new at National Geographic but had been assigned to photograph wildlife in the winter in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone then had a herd of about 400 bison that park management was trying to gather to check for brucellosis, a contagious disease that in cattle can cause cows to abort their calves. I was flying at about 500 feet in a Bell two-seater helicopter piloted by Bob Schellinger, renown for his mountain rescue work and then working for the park along with fellow pilot Elwood “Swede” Nelson. The day’s objective was to find groups of bison that inhabited the park’s Hayden Valley. When spotted, we’d drop down to skim along at tree level trying to drive them into a lane created in some timber leading to a corral trap built along Nez Perce Creek. Once contained, they’d be worked into chutes and blood tested. In the case of this picture a small number of bison had swung around to face and seemingly challenge us and in the combination of the deep snow and the downdraft from the helicopter the swirling snow created an almost watercolor-like palette for my Kodachrome transparency. Flying with Bob was a great pleasure. He was a superb pilot and a very nice man with a dry sense of humor. At night we used to shoot pool at a bar in tiny Gardiner, Montana where we lived in a place called the Town Motel right at the edge of the northwest entrance to the park. Bob Schellinger died in a crash several years later while attempting a mountain rescue. My essay, “Yellowstone Wildlife in Winter,” the first essay I wrote as well as photographed for National Geographic was published in November, 1967. #followme  @williamalbertallard for more images of Montana and other assignments spanning five decades. @thephotosociety #wildlifephotography  #filmphotography  #bison  - #regrann 
Your on my turf buddy! I quickly got out of his way after snapping a few photos. Had an amazing weekend with my brother photographing wildlife in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. #tatonka #bison #americanbuffalo #wild #wildlifephotography #naturephotography #nikonphotography #wildlife #nature #nikon #nikonusa #utahphotographer #wyomingwildlife #visitwyoming #yellowstone #yellowstonenationalpark
Bison at Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota. In the gift shop at Wind Caves you can adopt a park bison for thirty dollars; I would like to think that this is the bison I adopted. By the way this photo was taken from the safety of a car and from a comfortable distance using a telephoto lens. One always wants to respect wildlife, no photograph is worth disturbing or upsetting them.

#bison #tatonka #tatonkatuesday #buffalo #windcavenationalpark #southdakota #travelphotographyoninstegram #travelsouthdakota #travelphotography #wildlifeofinstagram #wildlife #wildlifephotography #amazingcreation #allcreatersgreatandsmall #allgodcreatures #adoptabison@windcavenationalpark #southdakotaphotography #blackhills #blackhillssouthdakota #canonphotography #americanbuffalo #bisonbison #bisonphotography
Bison at Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota. In the gift shop at Wind Caves you can adopt a park bison for thirty dollars; I would like to think that this is the bison I adopted. By the way this photo was taken from the safety of a car and from a comfortable distance using a telephoto lens. One always wants to respect wildlife, no photograph is worth disturbing or upsetting them. #bison  #tatonka  #tatonkatuesday  #buffalo  #windcavenationalpark  #southdakota  #travelphotographyoninstegram  #travelsouthdakota  #travelphotography  #wildlifeofinstagram  #wildlife  #wildlifephotography  #amazingcreation  #allcreatersgreatandsmall  #allgodcreatures  #adoptabison @windcavenationalpark #southdakotaphotography  #blackhills  #blackhillssouthdakota  #canonphotography  #americanbuffalo  #bisonbison  #bisonphotography 
Bison from Street Fighter. Colors coming tommorrow.
Bison from Street Fighter. Colors coming tommorrow.
La fuerza se descubre al enfrentar los obstáculos. #graphicgang #Bison #Wolf #graphicdesign #Photoshop #Snow
こんにちは!
昨日はマウスピースを作成しました😆

歯型が形成されるまで喋れないからみんな無表情、、😑
アメフト用品もどんどん揃ってきて、今後の活躍が待ち遠しいですね🏈✨
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#愛知学院大学#BISON#Americanfootball#アメフト#🏈#freshman
こんにちは! 昨日はマウスピースを作成しました😆 歯型が形成されるまで喋れないからみんな無表情、、😑 アメフト用品もどんどん揃ってきて、今後の活躍が待ち遠しいですね🏈✨ . #愛知学院大学 #BISON #Americanfootball #アメフト #🏈#freshman 
Yes! We really did bring the #Bison flag 🤘 1500 miles to the wedding! #NDSU #Nationalchampionssixtimes #Mattwasagoodsport #Congratulations #Teamswiftfire
Packing these little 5x7 oils up. Come take one home this Saturday, in Prescott. Those of you interested online, stay tuned. I probably will offer one up Saturday or Sunday in a pop up sale.

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The worlds best babysitter. Give your dog a bone. Our beef and bison bones are all cut from pasture raised animals. We have all different sizes to cater to your fury friend’s needs. Wonderful for keeping those k9’s clean.
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Thank you Yellowstone... I am now OBSESSED with bison 😍🐂
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#yellowstone #bison #buffalo #nature #nationalpark #optoutside #majestic #adventure #wanderlust #wyoming #earth_unlocked
Beautiful lighting tonight. Stunning with everything greening up. #pmbison #bison #sunset #westernsky #grassfed #stunning #greenerworld
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I took this picture while at the Zoo with my family 😊 Did you know?! An American Bison can weigh up to 1,400 pounds! Be a Planet Guardian! 🌎 #save Bison and other endangered species! #donate to @world_wildlife or #help in your own way! One small #kind act can make a HUGE difference! 💗

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I took this picture while at the Zoo with my family 😊 Did you know?! An American Bison can weigh up to 1,400 pounds! Be a Planet Guardian! 🌎 #save  Bison and other endangered species! #donate  to @world_wildlife or #help  in your own way! One small #kind  act can make a HUGE difference! 💗 #bison  #buffalo  #majestic  #cool  #kindness  #endangeredanimals  #endangeredspecies  #earthpix  #world  #earth  #nature  #naturepics  #wild  #wildlife  #saveanimals  #conservation  #beautiful  #wonderful  #animals  #animal  #animallover  #bekind  #animalsofinstagram  #photography  #photooftheday  #instagood 
BISON WIN.. BISON WIN..
6 PACK... WHOOP WHOOP!!
BISON WIN.. BISON WIN.. 6 PACK... WHOOP WHOOP!!