Bison in Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Saw lots and lots of buffalo on a visit to the north unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park a week ago. (Yeah, yeah, they are actually American Bison, but I am still gonna’ call ’em buffalo.)

Saw two different herds along with two big ol’ guys wandering around by themselves.

Here are a few pix.

Nice combination with profile of old and majestic buffalo along with one of the many sources of gasoline and all the plastic we use everyday:

Nice profile:

A small group, including a larger youngster:

I like this view of a resting buffalo, nestled in grasses:

The views are majestic:

The Little Missouri river is a bit low as we approach winter. Looking north:

Looking south:

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