Where do bison roam?

Big, hairy bison once roamed our country. There were millions. Only thousands live in the West now.

About 200 soon will have new homes. They will move from Colorado to North Dakota.


READ MORE: Almost all of those long-ago bison were hunted and killed. Eleven thousand wild bison live on public lands today. Two hundred of them will be sent to the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. Others will live at North Dakota’s Theodore Roosevelt National Park. Bison once provided food and clothing to Native Americans. They are part of Indian traditions.  Colossians 1:16 reminds us that “by [Jesus] all things were created in heaven and on Earth.”