Over the last decade, the conservation community has contributed significantly to bison conservation, helping to bring back America’s national mammal.
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M56 never made it to the silver screen, but he fascinated millions, trekking hundreds of miles and bringing much-needed attention to the plight of wolverines.
Hundreds of activists rallied across the Four Corner States to speak up for Mexican gray wolves as state commissions threatened their recovery.
Despite widespread support for the Mexican grey wolf, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission voted to oppose wolf reintroduction in the state. In the months leading up to the meeting, nearly 3,000 Defenders of Wildlife supporters sent letters to the Commissioners, urging them not to pass the resolution, and on the day of the meeting, hundreds of pro-wolf supporters showed their support for the lobo in person.
This year, another location has joined the list of places restoring wild bison! Ten bison, descendants of wild Yellowstone National Park bison, were reintroduced to Soapstone Prairie Natural Area, in Colorado.