Ukrainian men telling story how he came to Canada.
Official video of the Directorate of Bioresources and protected areas about Wood bison reacclimatization project in Yakutia. The project started in 2006. 30 animals were shipped from Elk Island National Park (Canada). Other shippings took place in 2011 and 2013.
Get up close and personal with our country's largest native land mammal at Broken Wagon Bison. At this family-owned farm, you can take a wagon tour and meet a herd of American Bison. Afterward, purchase a variety of bison meat products and gifts.
Broken Wagon Bison
563 West 450 North
Hobart, IN 46342
Bailey D. Buffalo Jr. is the second buffalo that Jim Sautner and his wife Linda have trained to be part of their family. Bailey Jr. rides in the Sautners' homemade Pontiac Parisienne convertible, and when
he feels the need, he sucks on Jim's thumb. Video by Rick MacWilliam, edmontonjournal.com
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The American bison is the largest land animal in North America. Males can stand six feet from hoof to shoulder and weigh between 1000-2000 pounds. Females are around five feet tall and weigh between 800-1000 pounds. The bison has long shaggy brown fur, a mane and beard under its chin and a long tail with a tuft of hair at the end. It has a big head with short black horns and a hump on its shoulders.
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Bison in the road. Lamar Valley Yellowstone National Park. Sept 2011
Wood Buffalo National Park is the largest national park in Canada. Sprawling across northeastern Alberta and southern Northwest Territories, it was originally established in 1922 in an effort to protect the world's largest herd of free-roaming Wood Bison.
Join Ed Coulthard and Christina MacDonald, and explore the sights, sounds, and unique offerings that Wood Buffalo National Park has to offer.
Want to plan your trip to Canada? Visit http://uscw.canada.travel/canadaheritage
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