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KGNU interview with Daniel Brister

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Morning Magazine, Wednesday, 10/19/2016 7:00 AM< Host: Maeve Conran Coverage of Local and Regional Public Affairs and News Interview with  Daniel Brister http://www.wildnfree.co/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/MorningMagazine-Daniel-Brister-2016-10-19.mp3   To listen to  the entire show click here   You may purchase Gala tickets by clicking Eventbrite Button to the...

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KGNU interview with Justine Sanchez

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KGNU interview with Justine Sanchez

Morning Magazine, Thursday, 5/26/2016 Host: Maeve Conran KGNU Boulder's news director, Maeve Conran, interviews Buffalo Field Campaign board member, Justine Sanchez, about the last continuously wild free roaming bison of Yellowstone.  Justine is recorded live in the field with the buffalo!  Listen in to this short but informative piece! http://www.wildnfree.co/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/MorningMagazine_2016_MorningMagazine_2016-05-26.mp3   To listen to full boradcast click...

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Say hello to our first national mammal – Washington Post

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North America used to be teeming with bison. But in one century, their numbers plummeted from tens of millions to just a few dozen in the wild after hunters nearly wiped out the continent’s largest mammals. Now, the bison is about to become the first national mammal of the United States. The National Bison Legacy Act, which designates the bison as the official mammal of the United States, passed the House on Tuesday and the Senate on Thursday. The legislation now heads to President Obama’s desk to be signed into law. At a time of political...

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Interview on NightSide

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Mike Mease, BFC Co-founder, interviewed on NightSide with Dan Rae.   Click here to listen!      

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The Bison Roundup the Government Wants to Hide

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New York Times By CHRISTOPHER KETCHAMFEB. 15, 2016   THE National Park Service is set to begin its annual roundup of wild bison in Yellowstone National Park today. A portion will be slaughtered to reduce the number of animals that migrate beyond the park’s borders. This culling is done largely outside of public view. Journalists have been barred in the past from watching the roundup, though it takes place on public land. The reason, according to the park service, was “for the safety of the public and staff” and also for the bison’s...

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