- First wild-born wood bison calves spotted near Bethel Updated: May-01-16 11:55 am
BETHEL, Alaska - Wood bison calves have been spotted near Bethel, marking the first wild-born bison in the U.S. in years.
- 5 baby bison born at Illinois grassland preserve Updated: Apr-29-16 6:49 am
WILMINGTON, Illinois - For the first time, a national grassland preserve in northeastern Illinois has added to its bison herd through newborns - and not just one or two.
- National Park Service to feature Yellowstone photo on stamp Updated: Apr-28-16 1:33 am
BOZEMAN, Montana - The National Park Service is featuring a photo taken more than a decade ago of bison in Yellowstone National Park on a postage stamp to celebrate its 100th year anniversary.
- House votes to designate bison as America's national mammal Updated: Apr-26-16 6:24 pm
WASHINGTON - Make room, bald eagle. The House has voted to designate the bison the national mammal of the United States.
- Yellowstone visitor 'lucky' not to be hurt by bison Updated: Apr-21-16 1:30 am
CODY, Wyoming - Yellowstone National Park officials are warning people against approaching wildlife in the park after a woman was caught on video petting a buffalo.
- Year's first bison calf born at Custer State Park Updated: Apr-07-16 7:05 pm
CUSTER, South Dakota - Calving season has kicked off at Custer State Park in western South Dakota.
- Fire reveals archaeological sites hundreds of years old Updated: Apr-07-16 2:58 pm
MALTA, Montana - One season of research atop bluffs that skirt the Milk River north of here has revealed a collection of 800- to 1,000-year-old historical features and artifacts left by ancient people that are stunning in their breadth and depth.
- Plan approved to allow bison outside Yellowstone year-round Updated: Apr-06-16 6:04 pm
HELENA, Montana - The federal, state and tribal agencies that manage Yellowstone National Park bison have agreed to let the animals stay in parts of Montana year-round.
- Bison from Canada arrive at Blackfeet reservation Updated: Apr-05-16 12:34 pm
BROWNING, Montana - Neither honor songs, well-behaved children nor a vigorous poke with a stick would convince a truckload of bison yearlings to explore their new home on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.