First Yellowstone bison calf born on Fort Peck Indian Reservation
Richard Peterson | Great Falls Tribune
Editor's note: More history made by Yellowstone bison — though we probably can't call these Yellowstone bison anymore. This calf joins the offspring of Yellowstone bison born on Ted Turner's ranch near Bozeman in 2010 and 2011.
POPLAR — Another bison was added Sunday to the Yellowstone National Park herd transferred to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation last month.
But this little animal came into the world without much fanfare and no legal wrangling.
At 11:30 a.m., a bison cow gave birth to a bull calf at the bison's temporary holding facility 25 miles north of Poplar, said the Fort Peck Tribes' Fish & Game Director Robbie Magnan.
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