CASPER, Wyo. — Yellowstone National Park said on Monday, July 13 that people are harmed in encounters with bison each year, “particularly during mid-summer.”
“In nearly all of these events, bison are responding to threats posed by people,” Yellowstone added.
Biologist Chris Geremia will deliver a “Stay Safe Around Bison” presentation starting at 9 am MST Tuesday, July 14. The presentation will be broadcast via Yellowstone National Park’s Facebook Page.
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“Learn how bison perceive people, things people do that threaten bison, and how to respond to an aggressive bison,” Yellowstone said.