Hundreds of wild bison will be transferred to a South Dakota American Indian Reservation. (AP)
Bison live on wide open plains, in a herd.
This open meadow is part of the Wolakapota Buffalo Range on the Rosebud Sioux reservation. It's where the bison will live now. (Rosebud Buffalo)
The American bison grows a thick winter pelt, and then sheds it in the summer, like a cat or rabbit.
A long time ago, native Americans used to hunt buffalo when they lived on their lands.
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.