Frosty Bison

Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR, Colorado

Portrait of a bison bull on a frosty winter morning. Wild bison were reintroduced to the Colorado prairie at Rocky Mountain Arsenal after a >125 year absence in 2007. The herd is thriving and the refuge, which then Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar called "the most important urban refuge in the national refuge system" is expanding the bison range to give this keystone species more room to roam. Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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Frosty Bison print

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