The Meeting

January 30, 2016  •  13 Comments

American Bison (often mistakenly referred to as buffalo) in Land Between the Lakes (Tennessee). Bison stand 5' to 6.5' at the shoulder and can weigh over a ton. Their average lifespan is 12 to 20 years.

 

American Bison1/160 sec. f/6.3 ISO 640

 

Linking to Saturday's Critters


Comments

Marie-AZ(non-registered)
Many years ago I would have never dreamed to see bison that far east, and yet that's where they used to be as well as in the west! They were just forced west, and killed out. Now, how beautiful to see them again where they belong! Beautiful photo!
meggie(non-registered)
Beautiful photo....there is a small herd of Bison in my part of Texas. I was lucky enough to photograph them from a distance.
TheChieftess(non-registered)
I know I'd heard that they were different, but didn't realize that we actually have no Buffalo in the states...Buffalo are Water Buffalo or Cape Buffalo...which we saw when we were in Africa. But the Bison in Yellowstone that I thought were Buffalo...nope!!! Interesting!!!
Sherry in MT(non-registered)
....and they can run VERY fast! LOL Great shot Brian!
Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines(non-registered)
Wow- I bet you were holding your breath watching them- how fantastic! Awesome shot, too.
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