However, things are changing. We now have the chance to reverse this archaic
approach to managing bison.
Right now, we can open more than 70,000 acres
of public land adjacent to Yellowstone’s northern boundary to migrating bison. Please
contact Montana wildlife officials to voice your support for this
historic advance for Yellowstone bison.
Two key elements have combined to make this improved management
possible. First, GYC in partnership with other conservation groups and
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks secured a deal to remove cattle from the
Royal Teton Ranch in 2008, thereby eliminating the largest potential
risk of bison intermingling with cattle and transmitting brucellosis.
Second, federal agencies relaxed the long-standing and inflexible
brucellosis regulations affecting cattle producers and states so that
rare outbreaks no longer inflict severe economic
We need your voice to ensure Yellowstone bison are saved from future slaughter. Help provide bison
access to thousands of acres on the Gallatin National Forest and other
public lands by writing Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks today!
For Yellowstone bison,
P.S. Please pass this message along to 5 friends. Your activism makes a difference. Together, all of us can create a brighter future for Yellowstone bison!