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Weekly Update from the Field November 23, 2006
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* Giving Thanks from the Field
* Listen to BFC on KBOO Radio this Friday
* Last Words

* Giving Thanks from the Field
Buffalo Family,
We are grateful for the presence of more than 3,500 Yellowstone bison, the most wild in the world, and for the thousands of people who love, respect, and value their existence. Whether you've felt the blessing of standing near them or in knowing they exist, we give thanks.

We give thanks for the magnificent bulls who this very moment stand strong on their ancestral Montana lands nourishing the Earth with their droppings and avoiding, for another day, the guns of hunters. We are grateful to have shared the world, for a time, with the four bulls who gave their lives last week, and grateful that the world will hear their story and find inspiration to right the human wrongs visited upon this irreplaceable herd. We are grateful that the Department of Livestock, an agency with a glaring conflict of interest, will one day soon be divested of all involvement in bison harassment, experimentation, and slaughter.

We give thanks to the snow falling from the sky today, knowing it will be held close to the earth by the frozen hand of winter and released in spring to nourish the grasses turned flesh by deer, elk, antelope, and bison.

We are grateful to each of you for making it possible for Buffalo Field Campaign to be here, on the Yellowstone boundary, working for the buffalo. Our family, strong and diverse, spans Montana, North America, and the globe. Whether you've given your time to be with us in the field with the buffalo, supported our efforts with a financial contribution, set up a fund-raiser, sent us gear or clothing, donated food, shared news from an Update with a friend, contacted a policy-maker, pundit, or politician, said a prayer for buffalo freedom, called or written with words of support, know that you are an essential part of Buffalo Field Campaign. We give great thanks for your energetic, passionate, and committed involvement.

For the Wild Yellowstone Bison,
The Buffalo Field Campaign Crew
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* Listen to BFC on Portland's KBOO Radio this Friday
BFC's Mike and Stephany will be on Portland, Oregon's KBOO Roadio program "Bread & Roses." The 30 minute interview with Leigh Anne Kranz will happen tomorrow, Friday, November 24, from 6:30-7:00 pacific standard time (PST).

If you're in the Portland region, tune in to 90.7 FM. Folks outside of Portland can listen live via web streaming. Visit http://www.kboo.org and click "Listen Live" in the top right corner of the home page. You'll be routed to a page that says "KBOO is now streaming in stereo." Scroll down to the BOTTOM of that page and select "click here to start stream." It should load the Abacast Program and begin streaming.
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* Last Words
"Thanksgiving, after all is a word of action."
~W.J. Cameron

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