The largest herd of wild bison left in the world consists of the 5,000 living in Yellowstone National Park. Incredibly, every winter, many of the Yellowstone bison are needlessly captured and sent to slaughter.
Montana Governor Bullock just gave 40 captured bison from the Yellowstone herd a temporary reprieve from being sent to slaughter—but there is a permanent solution: moving all captured wild bison to tribal lands where they can roam freely on thousands of acres of native grassland habitat.
Send a message today to National Park Service and Yellowstone officials, urging approval of the plan for relocating captured Yellowstone bison to the Fort Peck Reservation.
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