Oh, I would love to see these up close!
Those are honking big creatures! The question always comes up as to what is the difference between American buffalo and bison...I suppose I'll have to go look that up now - just when I wanted to eat lunch ::sigh::
Shelly, the dustwallow was perhaps a dozen yards from us. I liked how the beast rolled, then looked up as though to say, "How was that?"Grace, "huge" was my descriptor, but "honking big" says it better. I believe "American bison" and "American buffalo" are interchangeable terms, both acceptable nomenclature for the same beastie.
Those are incredible beasts. It's funny to see them taking a dust bath like a little birdy. :)
Lin, they are amazing, and seem so docile as they graze. But I'll keep my distance, thank you.
These must be of the wingless variety. Still they are awesome critters.
Chuck, too right; there are no Buffalo wings here! Had some Polish sausage, though.
I think they are amazing critters. Once had to stop on a bicycle for a small group to decide to get off the road. That was a little tense, but not to be forgotten!
Shark, tense? I've never been that close without a fence between us. They are huge.
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