buffalo field campaign yellowstone bison slaughter Buffalo Field Campaign
West Yellowstone, Montana
Working in the field every day to stop the
slaughter of Yellowstone's wild free roaming buffalo

Total Yellowstone
Buffalo Killed
Since 1985
7,841
(past counts)

Yellowstone Bison Slaughter
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Buffalo Bill of Rights

1. To be honored with respect to their cultural and spiritual significance
    to the Indigenous people of this continent.

2. To be recognized for their potential to educate our communities
    regarding sustainable co-existence between humans and wildlife.

3. Re-establish historical migration patterns.

4. Establish a sustainable population growth rate.

5. Fulfill their inherent ecological role within their native range.

6. Exist within their innate social structure and functional herd dynamic.

7. Live out their natural life cycle as a wild species.

8. Exist as the genetic wellspring for future wild, free ranging
    bison populations.

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