Bison are magnificent animals, with the ability to evoke both regret for past human mistakes in management and pride in the conservation successes achieved in their recovery.
Here is a collection of Bison photos that celebrate the magnificence of this largest North American mammal, and document the sadness of unnecessary injury and death.
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Images on this website have been compiled by the Wildlife Collision Prevention Program. Most images on this website are held in copyright by the photographer.
Should you be interested in using or reproducing any image, please contact the Bison and Roads Steering Committee.
Wood Bison photos courtesy of BC Parks, likely of the Nordquist herd.
More Wood Bison photos courtesy of Colin Leake, likely of the Nordquist herd.
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Wood Bison photos courtesy of Conrad Thiessen, aerial views of the Nordquist herd grazing along the Alaska Highway. These were taken during the January 2007 population count.
Wood Bison photos courtesy of David Dickson, taken in December 2006, of the Nordquist herd.
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