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Reporter B-roll Package: 2014 Yellowstone Bison Relocation at Fort Peck Indian Reservation

Defenders of Wildlife was on site to film the bison release. All b-roll clips are available for use by media. (Right-click to download)

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Each year, as wild bison wander beyond the borders of Yellowstone National Park in search of food, Montana livestock officials demand that these iconic animals be rounded up and shipped to slaughter houses to keep them out of Montana and to keep their numbers low.
Photo: Joel Sartore
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