Bison recovery starts with small herds

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Bison recovery starts with small herds

New approach to conservation focuses on small herds on a patchwork of land
Bison from the Laramie Foothills conservation herd on the Soapstone Prairie Natural Area are direct descendants of the Yellowstone National Park herd. A13, left, was born as a result of artificial insemination.
Incubated bison embryos are stored in liquid nitrogen.
Students from the Department of Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University watch bison from the Laramie Foothills conservation herd eat supplemental feed that is given to them in inclement weather.

Bison recovery starts with small herds

Bison from the Laramie Foothills conservation herd on the Soapstone Prairie Natural Area are direct descendants of the Yellowstone National Park herd. A13, left, was born as a result of artificial insemination.
Incubated bison embryos are stored in liquid nitrogen.
Students from the Department of Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University watch bison from the Laramie Foothills conservation herd eat supplemental feed that is given to them in inclement weather.
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