The United States has a population of wild wood bison for the first time in more than 100 years. Click here to learn more about this exciting event.
On Friday, April 3, 100 wood bison which had been kept in temporary pens near Shageluk, Alaska, for just over a week were led across the Innoko River to freedom.
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