We had read once that this park (where I found the owl) had bison and while birds (a particular duck which I will share later) was our primary objective who were we to turn down the opportunity to photograph some bison.  They were just munching on the grass while we were there until they became weary of all the hoomans speaking loudly (not us) and moseyed off to have a nap.

Hope you get some good nap time in this weekend too!

Teri 📷

Who said you could take a break on me, Starling?

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10 Responses to Bison

  1. Timothy Price says:

    I’ve never know them to be very wary of hoomans. I’ve had dealings with buffalo that wanted to kill me instead of looking at me. It doesn’t take much for them to charge you. BTW have you seen the YouTube videos called “The Guy of the Buffalo”? I think there are 4 or 5 of them. They are hilarious.

  2. Nice shots. I’m reading a biography of Daniel Boone and have learned that bison were as far east as Kentucky. I never knew. Okay, I saw Timothy’s comment and now have to go search for “The Guy of the Buffalo”.

  3. Deb says:

    The posture in the first photo looks frightening. Huge animals. Thankfully it just turned around and went to sleep 🙂

    • This batch is used to people so were fairly sedate but I would never dare try and get close to their fence! The ones that wander through wild life preserves and national parks are the ones you really need to distance yourself from.

  4. Pit says:

    Primeval power: majestic!

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