We saw lots on these while on a trip to Yellowstone in February. Simply amazing watching them forging through deep snow, foraging for a bite of grass deep under the snow. Some were covered solid with ice & snow!!

many tribes like the LAKOTA revere the buffalo. It's symbolic meaning: Sacredness, Life Builder.

In this photo provided by the National Buffalo Museum, a second white bison calf has been born in a herd on the edge of Jamestown, N.D.

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Albinismo Bufali - In this photo provided by the National Buffalo Museum, a second white bison calf has been born in a herd on the edge of Jamestown, N.

A great way to eat healthy and delicious foods without starving.  Many tasty recipes help offset diet boredom while creating a new attitude toward food.

A great way to eat healthy and delicious foods without starving. Many tasty recipes help offset diet boredom while creating a new attitude toward food.

Bison/Buffalo (Prayer & Abundance)  Earth Creativity  Feminine courage  Abundance  Knowledge  Generosity  Hospitality  Sharing work  Courage  Strength  Challenge  Survival  Giving for the greater good  Formulating beneficial plans

Bison/Buffalo (Prayer & Abundance) Earth Creativity Feminine courage Abundance Knowledge Generosity Hospitality Sharing work Courage Strength Challenge Survival Giving for the greater good Formulating beneficial plans

VENISON HEART RECIPE – WHITETAIL DEER. BEST EVER This Whitetail Deer was shot straight through the heart with a muzzleloader. That does not mean that the heart has to go to waste. If you have never tried a deer heart before, please give it a try. It is one of the most tender cuts of meat and we agree that it is a delicacy. What better way to honor the animal than to eat it’s heart?

The Whitetail Deer this heart came from, was shot straight through the heart with a cal muzzleloader grain Maxi-Ball). That does not mean that the heart has to go to waste if the damage is minimal (clean entrance & exit wound and there is no evidence of …

A bison in Yellowstone National Park recently awoke with a frosty blanket. What looks miserably cold to people barely registers to a bison, whose heavy fur is perfectly adapted to such wintery conditions.  The bison is the largest land mammal in North America. Bulls (what males are called) are more massive in appearance than cows (females), and more bearded. They can weigh more than half a ton. But don't be fooled by their size; bison are agile and quick and can run up to 30 mph (50 km/h)…

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When temperatures at Canyon dropped below freezing last week, this bison woke up with a frost blanket. The bison's heavy fur is perfectly adapted to winter conditions-Yellowstone. Photo by Tim Townsend.

Mule Deer: Nevada protected, big game mammal, meaning it can be hunted in Nevada during the specified season, and by allocated tag only. | NDOW.org

Mule Deer: Nevada protected, big game mammal, meaning it can be hunted in Nevada…

Giant Panda Bear symbolic meaning encourages us to slow down, to stop multi-tasking which can be a huge drain to our energies

Giant Panda Bear symbolic meaning encourages us to slow down, to stop multi-tasking which can be a huge drain to our energies~listen to our intuition~enjoy the moment~

Walking in the deep snow can be difficult. Bison use their strong necks to push forward and make a path, their shaggy faces keep them from getting too cold and they take turns leading the way. These adaptations allow them to thrive in the harsh winter conditions of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.

americasgreatoutdoors: “ Walking in the deep snow can be difficult. Bison use their strong necks to push forward and make a path, their shaggy faces keep them from getting too cold and they take turns.

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