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Canada’s bison conservation success story is also partly about a rejuvenation of First Nation culture

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It’s dawn at Elk Island National Park and Canada’s largest land animals are on the move. Guttural grunts punctuate the stillness as a herd of plains bison emerge from the mist, the animals’ shaggy silhouettes backlit by the early morning sun. Cows and bandy-legged calves stay close to each other as they graze while a massive, hump-backed bull brings up the rear, warily surveying the landscape.Surrounded by these mighty herbivores, it’s not hard to imagine thousands upon thousands of them moving…




It’s dawn at Elk Island National Park and Canada’s largest land animals are on the move. Guttural grunts punctuate the stillness as a herd of plains bison emerge from the mist, the animals’ shaggy silhouettes backlit by the early morning sun. Cows and bandy-legged calves stay close to each other as they graze while a massive, hump-backed bull brings up the rear, warily surveying the landscape.Surrounded by these mighty herbivores, it’s not hard to imagine thousands upon thousands of them moving…

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