April 5, 2012
A few years ago I was lucky enough to be snowshoeing in Yellowstone during a very cold January. At first, we would see small groups of bison at a distance. But as the weather got more severe, we came upon a larger herd that had wandered into our camp. I had a bison encounter of the too-close-for-comfort kind but came away with a deep respect and love for these enduring animals. It's no wonder that the wild bison has become an American icon and the symbol for many of our states. Since then, I've been a supporter of Buffalo Field Campaign. These are people who give up their time and comfort to spend hours working to protect these iconic aniamls. The health of Yellowstone and all our prairies can be measured by the health of their major animals. Please consider Buffalo Field Campaign as the champion of not just the buffalo but all of the land and other animals who live "where the buffalo roam."
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