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  • The Killing Fields

    The first bison hunt in 15 years was supposed to offer hope for a reasonable solution to Yellowstone’s ‘buffalo problem,’ but a lifelong hunter who watched it says the senseless slaughter continues

  • To Save the Wild Bison

    In To Save the Wild Bison, Mary Ann Franke traces the controversial history of Yellowstone National Park’s wild bison herd

  • Pure bison make a comeback

    In Montana, the American Prairie Foundation and the World Wildlife Fund are working together to create a genuinely wild bison herd, one free of cattle genes

  • At last, Yellowstone bison catch a break

    At last, Yellowstone bison catch a break

    Montana is finally working on ways to deal with stray Yellowstone bison without killing them outright or keeping them indefinitely quarantined for fear of brucellosis.

  • Yellowstone bison get more room to roam

    Yellowstone bison get more room to roam

    Wild bison are making headway towards roaming more freely in Montana.

  • Idaho's permissiveness leads to elk on the lam

    The escape of 100 domestic elk from self-styled mountain man Rex Rammell’s Idaho game farm shows up the foolishness of the state’s permissive attitude toward the industry

  • Yellowstone bison: Hazed and confused

    Yellowstone bison: Hazed and confused

    A decade-old Yellowstone management plan isn't doing much for wandering bison, or for the ranchers it's meant to protect.

  • Toxic bison

    Dave Skinner wants Yellowstone to get a handle on its “toxic bison” before they infect more elk with brucellosis, which can then get passed on to cattle.

  • Why the buffalo can't roam

    GAO report criticizes Yellowstone bison plan

  • A desperate move to protect cattle ranchers

    Wyoming Game and Fish plans to test feedgrounds elk and slaughter any that are infected with brucellosis in order to keep the disease from spreading to cattle

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