Ukrainian in Alberta speaking about his
Ukrainian men telling story how he came to Canada.
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, bison have returned to Canada's Banff National Park after being wiped out more than a century ago. A biologist explains the efforts to help anchor a herd to its new home.
Poem in Ukrainian dedicated to Earth and this inhabitants. From collection "Dreams of Nostradamus."
After being swept away from his herd while crossing the Lamar River, a bison calf defies all odds in order to survive.
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Baby Bison Takes on Wolf and Wins | America's National Parks
In 1882, General Philip Sheridan's expedition to the protected buffalo haven in Yellowstone National Park revealed a gruesome reality: Poachers were continuing to slaughter the last remnants of America’s big-game icon. He then called in the U.S. Army to intervene.
From: THE LAST BUFFALO
Captured in August from a pullout in Hayden Valley near Nez Perce Ford. Some running, rolling & kicking in dust, and lots of guttural noises.
Bison in the road. Lamar Valley Yellowstone National Park. Sept 2011
A major challenge for Yukon's wildlife managers is the maintenance of bison numbers while not jeopardizing the herd's long term health. To avoid problems with genetic diversity and reproduction in the future, wildlife managers are trying to maintain a fairly even sex ratio in the herd. That means that hunters should be selective in their choice of animal.
This video provides historical information on bison in Yukon. It also provides clues and signs to look for that can give a hunter a better idea of the sex and age of the animal being selected for harvest.
Use this video to learn how to butcher your big game harvest. Professional meat cutter Kevin Bowers discusses and demonstrates techniques for getting the most out of your game meat. An excellent guide for those who want to "do it themselves".
This video was created as part of the Yukon Hunter Education and Ethics Development (HEED) Program.
Originally produced by Environment Yukon.
2013 Remastering and digitization by Phil Timpany of Wildman Productions.