BISON


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BISONBinary Interchange Standard and Object Notation
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A dawn sky you see Only in Alaska, silvered as the inside of a mussel shell, light brushing the snowy peaks of the Chugach Mountains but not yet warming the boggy pasture where the bison stand.
This plan offers the opportunity to increase tolerance for bison beyond park boundaries.
Park officials said several people crowded the bison as it lay on the grass near pavement not far from the famous Old Faithful Geyser.
And People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals naturally issued a statement saying the bison must have been terrified.
Musk ox were reintroduced in the 1970s, and the last hole we had in our ecosystem--the missing piece--was shaped like a wood bison.
We invite you to enter our contest and dine with us at one of our many national locations on Bison Day to celebrate bison's special place in our country's heritage and its contributions to society.
In the terms of the deal, Siemens is to service and maintain turbines constructed between 2010 and 2012, established amid the initial 3 stages of the Bison Wind Energy Center and Bison Phase 4 that started executions in January.
SCI Foundation has aided the wood bison reintroduction effort for the past 10 years and is a member of the Wood Bison Restoration Advisory Group.
The Wyoming bison herd is one of the few wild, free-ranging bison herds recognized by the Pope and Young Club.
He estimates that even in the peak year of 1875, bison hides were only 3 to 4 percent of total world hide exports.
Archaeologists report findings from one of the bison bone sites in Wyoming, where a bison trap was operated about 10,000 years ago by a Paleo-Indian group whose apparent cultural affiliations were the Hell Gap complex.
Cronin and his collaborators found that the animals in some plains bison herds are genetically more different from each other than some plains bison are from wood bison, yet those herds are not identifiable as two distinct groups.