Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
William - these days, there seem to be more confrontations between man and bison than wolves and bison! Terrific diorama!
...I wish that I had been able to see the bison roaming the plains!
That would have been a sight to see indeed!
What amazing beasts those were...bison and wolves!
Hello, the herd of bison is a cool sight. I have seen them in Yellowstone. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!
I also saw bison for real in Yellowstone. :-)
Imagine the great herds of bison that used to roam the plains. The noise of hooves must have been incredible.
The predator , prey relationship is an interesting way to show the two critters at the same time.
The bison reminds me of our visit to the Yellowstone Nat.Park a few years ago. Impressive animals!
They are so impressive beasts.
I've never seen a bison for real, that one in the first photo looks very angry...
It's hard to believe the the wolves could take down a bison.
Bison are impressive animals.
Very interesting. I do like the Otters but don't want to run into a wolverineMB
@Angie: thank you!@Tom: I have seen them in smaller numbers.@Grace: it would have been.@Barbara: and still are.@Eileen: thank you!@DJan: as have I.@RedPat: they could block your path for days.@Red: it certainly is.@Marleen: that they are.@Jennifer: very much so.@Karl: definitely defiant.@Sharon: at least a sick or weak one, but it was risky.@Bill: very much so.@MB: thank you!
There is a herd of bison on PEI. Protected of course.
Well done diorama, the eyes of the bison are unforgettable.
Yellowstone National Park learned some fascinating lessons when wolves were reintroduced. Species populations came more into balance and the ecosystem began to flourish as animal browsing patterns changed.
Predator and Prey ~ wonderful diorama photos ~ Be Well, Be Safe,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
Very impressive 'beasts' and an amazing diorama.All the best Jan
There are several Bison farms near me and I always stop to look at them.