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Yellowstone Buffalo | Capture Facilities | Hazing Operations
Horse Butte Peninsula | Wildlife disturbances | Elk migration | Activism
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Enjoy the magestic beauty of the Yellowstone Buffalo. Here are some beautiful clips of buffalo with calves.
Capture Facilities
Hazing operations & the Stephens Creek
Capture Facility

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This video is from winter 2004 on the north side of Yellowstone National Park near Gardiner Montana. National Park Service employees haze buffalo into the Stephens Creek capture facility. This video is shocking and probably not approriate for small children. But it is the reality of today's wild buffalo in Yellowstone.
Watch this, spread the word & then contact your politicians.
Horse Butte
Capture Facility

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The capture facility is very traumatic for a wild animal. Even buffalo calfs are sent to slaughter. Buffalo graze in the spring time on Horse Butte and then move back into Yellowstone National Park. Why don't we protect Horse Butte for buffalo habitat instead of cattle grazing? How many cattle graze within the range of the Yellowstone buffalo?
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4/22/05
"This is what Quarantine Looks Like: the Wild Buffalo of Yellowstone National Park." 17 Buffalo are currently being held in captivity by the State of Montana near Gardiner as part of the state's "Quarantine Feasibility Study." (:58- 3.1MB)
What's the cost of the
bison management plan?
Hazing Operations
Hazing buffalo on
Horse Butte

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The Department of Livestock show no respect for anything in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Not only are they hazing buffalo but they ride snowmobiles through riparian areas and disturb other wildlife as well.
See video of wildlife disturbances

Hazing Operation into Horse Butte
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72 Buffalo were hazed into the capture facility on Horse Butte and sent to slaughter. The Forest Service land on Horse Butte is a favorite calving ground in the spring for the buffalo. Learn more about Horse Butte and the capture facility...
Bison calves
caught in hazing operation

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Bison calves only hours old are forced to run for their lives. Some calves die in the hazing operations as they try to keep up with their mothers. Hazing is unnecessary because there are no cattle in the West Yellowstone area. See FAQ- But there are no cattle in the West Yellowstone area, right?
Multi-Agency
Hazing Operation

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The hazing operations are exhausting to the buffalo and a waste of taxpayers money. See how many agencies (and helicopter) are involved in hazing this one buffalo.
Remember there are no cattle in the
West Yellowstone area during winter.
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Video from BFC of the Montana Department of Livestock
hazing wild buffalo taken 3/02/05.
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3/15/05
Here is a buffalo video from volunteer Ken Cole, he got it by setting a camera in a tree while on the Madison River patrol.
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Montana Department of Livestock
hazing Yellowstone's wild buffalo.
Video by BFC from 03/22/05
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3/30/05
Eight buffalo being transported to
slaughter. An injured lead cow
buffalo being shot in the field
during a hazing operation
Wednesday, and then her body
dragged to the local dump to be
incinerated with the trash.
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4/06/05
Montana Department of Livestock agents disrupt the spring bison migration on 4/6/05 near West Yellowstone, Montana. On the same day, agents slaughtered eight members of America's last wild herd.
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4/14/05
Montana Department of Livestock agents disrupt the spring bison migration on 4/13/05 near West Yellowstone, Montana. This week agents slaughtered 25 members of America's last wild herd.
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4/21/05
After hazing 40+ buffalo a minimum of 7 miles, 3 moms and 2 yearlings break away from being forced into the Duck Creek capture facility. After 30 minutes of relentless attempts to capture the buffalo and being run through both barbed wire and high tension wire fences 10 times, 2 moms escaped back into Yellowstone Park. The last mom and her two yearlings, all cut up and ragged where allowed to return to the Park. (1:08- 2.8MB)
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4/27/05
The Montana Department of Livestock wasting taxpayer's money by using a helicopter to haze the last wild buffalo. The helicopter was flying inside Yellowstone National Park in a special seasonal
Grizzly Bear closure area.
See also our FAQ- Does hazing disturb other wildlife?. (:44- 1MB)
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5/08/05
Today we celebrate the gift of life given to us by our mothers. Unfortunately the Yellowstone Bison mother's face a different reality. We pay tribute to the 53 female bison that have been unncessarily slaughtered this year. Envision wild mothers everywhere living in peace
and freedom, able to raise their
young unmolested.
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Video by BFC from 5/04/05

MDOL Mother's Day gift to the Buffalo.

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Video by BFC from 5/04/05

Montana Department of Livestock attacks local community and previously
captured buffalo. Helicopter flies close to houses in Horse Butte neighborhood. Read News Article from 1/31/04- Horse Butte neighbors support bison preservation

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Video by BFC from
Wednesday 5/12/05

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Newborn Yellowstone buffalo babies and pregnant mothers are chased with a helicopter from their Montana habitat by Department of Livestock
Video footage ©
2005 Buffalo Field Campaign.

Coyote Hazing
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Buffalo receive a warning from coyotes in March of 2004. On the other side of this grassy knoll stands Yellowstone's Stephens Creek Buffalo trap, where 464 buffalo were captured and 264 sent to slaughter last spring. After heeding the coyotes' warning, this herd turned around and headed deeper into the safety of the park.
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Alternative Hazing

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There are many alternatives to the hazing operations and buffalo slaughter. This clip is just one of many solutions. Read about other easy Solutions to the Slaughter and a Vision for the Buffalo.
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