Grazing Bison Herd

I made this video a few weeks ago, but for some reason just didn’t get around to sharing it with you.

This was taken at the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve in June at sunset.  I just love hanging out with the bison! So exhilarating and relaxing at the same time.



Everyone have a wonderful weekend!


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8 Responses

  1. I was there with my wife in May, doing research for a book. We had two bison cross the road and then scratch their backs on an information sign. Way cool. Thanks for taking me back!

    • Suzanne says:

      I hear that another bison calf was born last week down there too. Would love to see it.
      Thanks Benjamin.

  2. Norma in Alabama says:

    Suzanne, after seeing many comments from you on the Pioneer Woman’s blog I decided to check out your blog. I’m really glad I did. I went all the way through your archives and spent the last two weeks reading a month a night. You have a wonderful blog with all the pictures, recipes and entertaining writing. I have now added you to my favorites so I won’t miss any posts. Thanks for giving me such a descriptive view of Kansas. Never been there but would love to see it. Love your kitty, too.

  3. My son will be happy to hear another one was born. He loves all your posts about the bison and keeps asking if there are any more.

    • Suzanne says:

      I’m so glad he’s been enjoying the bison posts. Such a magnificent animal and I’m happy to be able to share with you and your son.

  4. That is a very relaxing video to watch…I can only imagine how much nicer it would be in person. I love that they are so NOT bothered by you being there! It’s so great to see animals in their natural habitat, just eating away, the food is plentiful, and they are happy as clams!

    • Suzanne says:

      I’m still amazed at how unfazed they were by our presence. Not sure if that’s just how they are, or they’ve been around people a lot.

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