17 thoughts on “Home on the Range

  1. At first I thought that you went to the prairies of South Dakota! Aren’t the bisons beautiful? I’ve seen the roam the prairies on the West. Lovely pictures, Julie. πŸ™‚

    1. Thanks, H.J. These bison live about ten minutes down the road from me. I love to visit there, because it is a very open hilltop with great views. The bison are beautiful, however I must admit I was a bit scared when one “growled” at me! I made sure I was way back from the fence then! LOL!

      1. The “snort” by the bison means: ” Wow! What a babe! πŸ™‚

  2. First a camel roaming in Massachusetts, and now bison?!! 😁 How cool, Julie!!! Do they allow you to feed them? Last summer, I hand-fed bison on a private farm in South Dakota last summer, and of course saw them roaming wild and free throughout SD, WY and MT. Amazing beasts!!

  3. That is a lot of hard work to raise these bisons. Ours live on Antelope island and I come to see them from time to time. Julie, I enjoyed a lot looking at your wonderful photos and smiled when I saw the young ones.

    1. After your post on bison, I got wondering if these were actually bison or beefalo, and sure enough, the owner stressed that they were bison, which is not that common.They were VERY imposing close-up. I can’t imagine how Native Americans used just a bow arrow to deal with them, can you?

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