North America Bison
Once Buffalo Bison inhabited vast territories of North America. Herds that counted about 30-70 million species roamed the area freely and were the symbol of free spirit and strength. Native Americans hunted the species for meat, clothing material, and other uses. With the development of commercial hunting and agriculture, the Buffalo Bison experienced a huge decline in numbers. It is likely that wild free herds will never come back to North America.
Uploaded on 11/8/2004 4:30:33 AM
Made with Canon EOS 10D Digital SLR Camera