from the Field May 2010 Buffalo's Trail of Tears
Join Buffalo Field Campaign patrols on the frontlines for an in-depth look at a buffalo hazing operation near West Yellowstone, Montana. Experience for yourself the intense ecological impact of the government's intolerance for wild bison.
from the Field 4/30/10 USDA APHIS Torture Testing
Bull Bison for Brucellosis
Another inhumane action of the Interagency Bison Management Plan. This time, the Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service, APHIS, is darting bull bison with tranquilizers. Then inserting a vibrating probe into their anus to retrieve sperm samples in order to find if bull bison can spread brucellosis to cattle, even though there has never been a case of this ever happening.
from the Field 4/27/10 A Modest Proposal: Pokin Fun at the Government Run Buffalo Slaughter
Will McKillum gives his comment at the Interagency Bison Management Plan meeting on April 14, 2010. As a member of Buffalo Allies of Bozeman, he gave a satirical speech arguing that the Livestock Industry hasn't gone far enough in its persecution of wild buffalo.
from the Field 2/02/10 Why Yellowstone Bison do not
belong on Ted Turners Ranch
On 2/2/10 Montana's wildlife agency, Fish, Wildlife & Parks (MFWP) announced their decision to send all 88 quarantined Yellowstone bison to the private lands of billionaire Ted Turner. The Yellowstone bison were part of a state-federal Quarantine Feasibility Study, which had the stated goal of placing brucellosis-free bison on public or tribal lands.
from the Field 1/20/10
On January 15th, Buffalo Field Campaign started a barbed-wire fence removal effort in cooperation with Gallatin National Forest.
The removal of a two-mile stretch of barbed-wire fence on Gallatin National Forest lands near Duck Creek, a critical wildlife migration corridor especially loved by bull buffalo.