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Where to See Bison in the United States - Western Decor Wall Art

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Few Experiences are Better - Top 5 American Bison Parks

Few experiences are better than seeing American Buffalo in the wild. Bison are the largest land mammal in North America, weighing up to 2,000 pounds. Seeing bison closeup is so amazing. And to watch them walk across the road in front of you is even better. Have you ever seen a bison mama and calf?

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Where to See Bison in the United States


  1. The Joseph H. Williams Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in Oklahoma, located near Pawhuska, the Tallgrass Prairie Perserve is the largest protected remnant of tallgrass prairie left on earth. With the use of approximately 2,500 free-ranging bison and a patch burn model of prescribed burning, the Nature Conservancy in Oklahoma has worked to restore this fully functioning area of the tallgrass prairie ecosystem.

The American Bison (bison bison), once roamed the Great Plains by the millions, and then was almost hunted to extinction. Now, the American Bison is the national mammal of the USA.

Together with the bald eagle, America’s national bird, these two animals represent the United States' amazing natural beauty, both on land and in the sky.

An important part of American history, the American Bison is a symbol of the American West and the nation as a whole. They’re also a testimony to the power and potential of nature conservation, epitomized by the national parks.


  1. Maxwell Wildlife Refuge, located near Canton, Kansas, the Maxwell Refuge is the only location in Kansas where public herds of both bison and elk can be viewed in a native prairie environment. Maxwell Wildlife Refuge is home to Kansas' largest public herd of bison. Visitors may view bison and elk from the road and the observation tower. Or, for even more fun, schedule a tram tour with the "Friends of Maxwell," for closeup views of the bison!


Custer State Park, located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, just 15 miles from the city of Custer, is 71,000 acres large! Custer State Park is known for its scenic drives, bison herds, and myriad other wildlife. In fact, it was named as one of the world's Top Ten Wildlife Destinations wildlife within the park's borders and for the amazing access that visitors have to them.

The bison herd at Custer State Park roams freely, but your best bet for spectacular viewing is likely along the 18-mile Wildlife Loop Road in the southern area of the park. 

Custer State Park has been home to diverse cultural heritages for thousands of years and has provided an array of scenic beauty and outdoor recreation for visitors since the early 1900s.


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  1. Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge, Colorado; the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge is one of the largest urban refuges in the country. With lots of wildlife viewing opportunities, this beautiful park is full of bison and other wildlife! What's more, it's located just 10 miles northeast of downtown Denver!

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  1. Yellowstone National Park, quite possibly my favorite place in the world (besides home), this 2.2 million acre park is FULL of American Bison. You'll find them in many areas throughout this expansive wildlife wonderland, but be sure to check out the Lamar Valley area first. You won't be disappointed!

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