Bison are making a comeback on the Kansas Plains.
Ranchers use bison to draw tourists and as food (buffalo burgers),
Bison are being raised throughout the state. A few bison, photographed
above, were grazing in a wildlife refuge just north of Pittburg, along
Highway 69, once an old Military Road running straight south from
Ft. Leavenworth to Ft. Scott and points below.
A herd of bison, above right, are kept on private land just north of
Highway 57 where it branches east from Highway 75. Highway 75 runs
straight north/south through Kansas, through Topeka.
Bison are again grazing on the grasslands of the plains.
May their numbers continue to thrive and multiply.
Kansas Photo Tour has more about bison.
Read: "Rancher finds all he needs in bison" —Sun., Jun. 22, 2008, Topeka Capital-Journal