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The artist writes, “In the 1800s there were tens of millions of American Bison roaming the western plains of the United States. What happened to their numbers after the Transcontinental Railroad was completed was nothing short of a travesty. It is a long and sordid tale indeed - and needs further telling, but not by me. I feel lucky enough to have seen thriving herds of buffalo as they thunder across the land, big bulls fighting and roaming about. Even though we will never see the millions that once roamed our country, hopefully the conservation of the species will continue to grow so our great grandchildren can experience them as well.”

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