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3 97 July, 2020
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Bison peacefully graze near a stream in South Dakota's Black Hills as a fall storm moves west.
It's hard to find a scene more quintessentially American, but there's more to the story than a calendar picture. Bison were nearly driven to extinction during the nineteenth century--partly by market-driven harvesting, but also by wanton killing motivated by hate of the Native peoples who depended on the animals for food, clothing and shelter. The near-disappearance of bison in a single generation also helped to open people's eyes to what was being lost across North America, inspire the conservation movement, and drive the creation of a park system whose concepts have spread across the world. Photo by @johndykstraphoto on Instagram.