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Yellowstone Bison Hunt & Haze Photos 2007/2008
Bison Photo Archive | Bison Hunt Video 2007/2008
Below are collections from various hazing operations conducted under the Interagency Bison Management Plan, and also photos from Montana's canned bison hunt. 
WARNING:  "Some images may be disturbing".
Bison Trek 03/08
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These 19 bison were originally part of a group
that bedded down on the frozen shorelines of
Hebgen Lake not far from BFC headquarters.
Photo credit: Darrell Geist,
Buffalo Field Campaign

These seven bison were leading the group of 19 back to Horse Butte. The six bison trailing behind were the six bison that made it to Horse Butte.
The female leading the seven bison returned to pick up the other group of six that was a
half hour behind them.
Photo credit: Darrell Geist,
Buffalo Field Campaign

These seven bison climbed the snow embankment
at the Happy Hour parking lot onto HWY 287.
Photo credit: Darrell Geist,
Buffalo Field Campaign

The seven bison, and the six that were showing up to join them (seen in the far distance). These 13 bison were hazed for two hours and 20 minutes from HWY 287, across HWY 191 and into the Duck Creek Trap on March 5, 2008. They were shipped to slaughter the next morning.
Photo credit: Darrell Geist,
Buffalo Field Campaign
 

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