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This magnificent giant is the national animal of America. I’ve had the opportunity to photograph them at Yellowstone. Below are the photos from that expedition. At the bottom of the page, you will see more information about the bison and how climate change affects them.

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Bison pictures and bison wall art can make for stunning decor in your home, office, and also establishments. They are available to order in a variety of sizes, print materials, and also framing options. Including black and white art prints. More information on our prints, bison pictures for sale, and also fine art photography can be found by clicking on the images above. Decorating your home can be an exciting yet also scary endeavor. Selecting between the different embellishments, wall hanging decor,  bison photography prints for sale, and other adornments can be dizzying. We offer an exclusive collection of pictures of bison that is not found in regular bison stock photos.

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The bison in our bison black and white images and bison wall art is a fascinating animal – no wonder it is America’s national Animal as a result. For thousands of years, the large mammals in our picture of a bison and a buffalo were ubiquitous across North America. From Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico and also from the Pacific to the Atlantic Seaboard, the bison roamed in great herds. My bison photography and black and white bison pictures capture their majesty and also their iconic stature. These giants who frequently tip the scales at one ton are capable of astonishing speeds – up to 40 MPH!

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Firstly, as a fashion photographer, I pay for my models. As a wildlife photographer, I cannot pay the animals in my black and white bison image or bison photography prints for sale. So I’ve developed relationships with conservation organizations such as the Wolf Conservation Center, California Wolf Center, and World Animal Protection. Most importantly, a portion of the sale from each bison image, bison wall art, and also our animal photo prints are donated to these organizations. So when you buy fine art photography from Ejaz Khan Earth, not only do you have an inspiring photo for your wall, bison wall art, and pictures of bison, but you will also be directly contributing to the well-being of the animal. My fine art photos are a powerful addition to your home decor and will delight your guests – particularly fine art photo aficionados.

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Photograph art of buffalo photos shot in Yellowstone National Park, Montana, USA.

Firstly, I will never forget capturing these black and white bison images. I’ve traveled the world seeking pictures of bison and seen many incredible sights. But this expedition was truly remarkable and it produced bison photos and bison pictures for sale that are equally remarkable. Their speed and also their unpredictability, juxtaposed with their massive size, creates a romantic flair. This romanticism also contrasts nicely against the rugged features of Yellowstone National Park. The bison’s social nature, their affinity for dust and snow alike, and their overall majesty make them wonderful creatures to photograph. I’m proud of my bison photography and my bison pictures for sale. I hope you’ll enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed creating pictures of bison and black and white photography for sale.

TRAGICALLY, CLIMATE CHANGE HAS PUT THE GREAT AMERICAN BISON AT RISK

As I traveled to take bison photography, I learned more about this majestic animal. In the United States, Yellowstone National Park is the only place where bison are seen in large numbers – as captured in my bison photography prints for sale and black and white art prints for instance. CLIMATE CHANGE has drastically impacted their habitat and created hotter summers, higher rainfall, and also reduced snowfall. This directly impacts their food sources and also harms their development. We have compared black and white art photos from 1965 and also observed a significant reduction in size over the past 50 years. The fossil record also confirms its size reduction over the years.

What’s more, climate change often leads to wildfires – which is an even bigger threat for all wildlife.

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Bison images and videos by Ejaz Khan is a New York-based wildlife photographer, filmmaker, and conservationist. Enjoy the rest of our exclusive wildlife collections that you can not find in regular bison stock photos.

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Q: What are bison?

A: The bison is also known as the American bison, American buffalo, or simply buffalo. Primarily living in North America. As seen in our buffalo images above, they are large, even-toed ungulates in the genus bison within the subfamily Bovinae.

Q: What do bison eat?

A: Bison are herbivores, feeding on the grasses throughout prairie lands for instance.

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A: In May of 2016, former President Barack Obama officially named the American bison the national mammal by signing the National Bison Legacy Act as a result.

Q. How large do bison grow?

A: Huge! Males can weigh up to 2,000 pounds while females weigh around 1,000 pounds. The bison is the largest land mammal found in North America.

Q. How do bison stay warm in the snow?

A: Bison have thick layers of fat, thick skin, and also thick fur – which keeps them warm and healthy throughout the winter.

Q: Where to buy bison photography?

A: Each bison image is one of kind fine art printed on high-quality paper. The bison photos show their strength and endurance in their snow-covered habitat. Simply contact us for pricing about your favorite print on our online art gallery.

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White buffalo

American bison considered sacred in several Native American religions

For other uses, see White buffalo (disambiguation).

A white buffalo at the Lee G. Simmons Conservation Park and Safari in Ashland, Nebraska. This animal is not a true white buffalo, being 1/16 Charolais cattle. It is expected that its coat will darken as it matures.

A white buffalo or white bison is an American bison possessing white fur, and is considered sacred or spiritually significant in several Native Americanreligions; therefore, such buffalo are often visited for prayer and other religious rituals. The coats of buffalo are almost always brown and their skin a dark brown or black; however, white buffalo can result from one of several physical conditions:

  • They may be albinos, in which case they will remain unpigmented throughout their lives, and may also have hearing and vision problems.
  • They may be leucistic, with white fur but blue eyes, instead of the pink seen in albinos.
  • They may have a rare genetic condition which causes a buffalo to be born white, but to become brown within a year or two as it matures.
  • They may be beefalo, a bison–cattle crossbreed, and thus have inherited the white coloration from their cattle ancestry.

White buffalo are extremely rare; the National Bison Association has estimated that they only occur in approximately one out of every 10 million births.

Spiritual significance[edit]

The white buffalo is a sacred sign in Lakota and other Plains Indians religions. Chief Arvol Looking Horse is the current keeper of the Sacred White Buffalo Calf Pipe.

The story of the pipe is that,

"Nineteen generations ago the beautiful spirit we now refer to as White Buffalo Calf Woman brought the Sacred C’anupa (Sacred Pipe) to our People. She taught the People the Seven Sacred Rites and how to walk on Mother Earth in a sacred manner. Pte-san win-yan. As she left, she turned into a young beautiful white buffalo and then she walked over the hill and out of sight. This is where she received her name, White Buffalo Calf Woman. She gifted us with the Seven Sacred Rites that still sustain our People today. The person who smokes the sacred pipe achieves union with all Beings. By smoking this C’anupa, you will make direct personal contact with the Great Mystery. . . Following the Way of this Sacred C’anupa, you will walk in a sacred way upon the earth, for the Earth is your grandmother and your mother and she is sacred. . .″

— Chief Arvol Looking Horse

[1]

The story is also a prophecy. White Buffalo Calf Woman told the people that she would return in the form of a white buffalo calf and that it would be both a blessing and a warning. When the white animal shows its sacred color there will be great changes upon the earth. Arvol and many others interpret those changes to mean the current ecological crises taking place. If humanity continues to live without harmony with the earth it will be cursed, but if spiritual unity and harmony with the earth is achieved humanity will be blessed.[2]

Individual white buffalo[edit]

  • In 1833, a white bison was killed by the Cheyenne. The Cheyenne killed this white bison during the Leonid Meteor Shower (The Night the Stars Fell) and scribed a peace and trade treaty on its skin. This event was documented by historian Josiah Gregg and other travelers on the Santa Fe Trail.[3]
  • On October 7, 1876, a buffalo hunter named J. Wright Mooar killed a white buffalo in the Deep Creek drainage near Snyder, Texas. He retained the hide his entire life, despite reports that Teddy Roosevelt offered him $5000 for the hide. White Buffalo Park is presently located near the site of the shooting, and an adjacent ranch is the current resting place of the hide.[citation needed]
  • A bison named Big Medicine (1933–1959) was born in the wild on the National Bison Range on Montana's Flathead Indian Reservation. The name "Big Medicine" was chosen due to the sacred power attributed to white bison. Following its death in 1959, its body was preserved and is now displayed at the Montana Historical Society in Helena.[3][4]
  • A white buffalo was recorded at the U.S. Army Arctic Testing Center, Fort Greely, Alaska. There is a copyrighted photograph of it in Seeing the White Buffalo by Robert Pickering. This buffalo was part of a herd that had been relocated from Montana.[citation needed]
  • A female named Miracle (not to be confused with Miracle Moon), was born at the family farm of Dave, Valerie, and Corey Heider near Janesville, Wisconsin on August 20, 1994. Her fur fully transitioned to brown as she matured, and she gave birth to four calves of her own before dying of natural causes on September 19, 2004. Additionally, a calf born at the Heider farm died aged 4 days in 1996. A third white calf was born in August 2006 which died after being struck by lightning in November of the same year.[3] Kathleen Buerer wrote a memoir about her 1994 visits to Miracle, "By the Side of the Buffalo Pasture".[5]
  • Medicine Wheel, a white buffalo was born on May 9, 1996 on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in Pine Ridge, SD on the Merrival farm. In 2000, Medicine Wheel escaped his pasture and was shot by a tribal police officer.
  • Mahpiya Ska (Sioux language) or White Cloud was an albino female buffalo born on July 10, 1996 at Shirek Buffalo Ranch. After her birth, she was loaned to the City of Jamestown, North Dakota where she lived out the most of her life. Through genetic testing, she was certified a true Albino American Bison. She died on November 14, 2016, shortly after being returned to her birthplace. [6][7]
    • White Cloud had a white calf on August 31, 2007 which was named Dakota Miracle. While Dakota Miracle was white like his mother, he was not a true albino. He lived out his entire life at the National Buffalo Museum in Jamestown before dying on June 28, 2019 due to complications from leucism.
  • Spirit Mountain Ranch donated a herd of white buffalo to the Sacred World Peace Church and Alliance,[8] The SWPA has successfully bred six generations of white buffalo starting from a single white female, almost all with brown fathers. Their herd includes 17 white buffalo as of February 23, 2015:
    • Miracle Moon (female, born April 30, 1997), calf of Big Momma (brown). Miracle Moon (the first white of this line) has been DNA tested, and is shown to be 100% buffalo, or bison.
    • Rainbow Spirit (female, born June 8, 2000, calf of Miracle Moon)
    • Mandela Peace Pilgrim (female, born July 18, 2001, calf of Miracle Moon)
    • Arizona Spirit (male, born July 1, 2002, calf of Miracle Moon)
    • Sunrise Spirit (female, born May 22, 2004, calf of Mandela Peace Pilgrim)
    • Spirit Thunder (male, born May 27, 2004, calf of Rainbow Spirit)
    • Chief Hiawatha (male, born May 16, 2005, calf of Miracle Moon)[3]
  • Tupelo Buffalo Park and Zoo in Tupelo, Mississippi, owns a white buffalo bull named Tukota ("Too-ko-ta")[9]
  • A male white buffalo named Spirit of Peace was born on April 17, 2005, on the Blatz Bison Ranch in Fort St. John, British Columbia. Spirit of Peace died on June 1 of the same year, probably as a result of his premature birth.[3]
  • A female white buffalo calf was born in Shelbyville, Kentucky on June 3, 2005 at Buffalo Crossing, a buffalo ranch and tourist facility. She was named Cante Pejute (Medicine Heart in the Lakota language) in a traditional ceremony led by Steve McCullough, a Lakota/Shawnee from Indiana.[10]
  • A male named Blizzard was born in March 2006 on the farm of an anonymous rancher, who arranged to have the calf transported to Assiniboine Park Zoo in Winnipeg, Manitoba in recognition of his spiritual significance to aboriginal people.[3]
  • A third white buffalo was born on the Heider farm (see "Miracle" above) on August 25, 2006. The male calf was named Miracle's Second Chance and was unrelated to Miracle. The Heiders planned to breed the male with the descendants of Miracle, but during a thunderstorm late November 26, 2006, five buffalo on the Heider farm were killed in a lightning strike, including Miracle's Second Chance.
  • Lightning, formerly known as Kenahkihinén (Kĕ-Nah‛-Ki-Nĕn, from the Lenape language meaning 'Watch Over Us'), a male white buffalo, was born November 12, 2006, at Woodland Zoo in Farmington, Pennsylvania.[11]
  • On May 31, 2008, a third white calf was born to a normal brown two-year-old at the National Buffalo Museum, Jamestown, North Dakota.[12]
  • On May 12, 2011, a white male buffalo calf named Lightning Medicine Cloud (Wakinya Pejuta Mahpiya in Lakota) was born near Greenville, Texas during a thunderstorm on the ranch of Arby Little Soldier.[13] In May 2012, less than year after its birth, Lightning Medicine Cloud was found dead, thought to have been butchered and skinned by an unknown individual; his mother was found dead the next day.[14] A necropsy determined that they died of natural causes, from a bacterial infection called blackleg.[15] In April 2012, Lightning Medicine Cloud's father was killed by a lightning strike.[16]
  • On June 16, 2012, a white male buffalo calf was born on Peter Fay's dairy farm in Goshen, Connecticut. The calf was temporarily called Tatanka Ska ('white buffalo' in Lakota).[17] Four elders from the Oglala Sioux Tribe, along with Fay and members of the Lakota, Seneca, Mohawk, and Cayuga tribes, performed a naming ceremony on July 28 at the farm; the calf was named Yellow Medicine Dancing Boy.[18] Fay plans to care for the buffalo rather than sell it for meat.[19][20]
  • On July 4, 2012, a white female buffalo calf named "Baby" was born on Steve and Carol Sarff's Countryside Buffalo Ranch in Avon, Minnesota. She died on July 20.[21]
  • On May 7, 2016, a white buffalo mother gave birth to a white male buffalo calf at Sioux Valley Dakota Nation in Manitoba.[22] As of 2019, there are five white buffalo in Sioux Valley.[23]
  • White buffalo can be found in the village of Questa, New Mexico.
  • Ghostbuster, a white female buffalo, was donated to the City of Hays, KS in the summer of 2017 by a local rancher (http://www.visithays.com/193/Bison-Herd)
  • On March 29, 2018, a white female buffalo calf named "Dušanka" was born at the Belgrade Zoo, Serbia. She was named after the Christian holiday of Pentecost.[24]
  • On October 30, 2018 a white buffalo calf was born on Lakota Territorial land. [25]
  • In June 2020, a white buffalo named ‘Faith’ was born at Bitterroot Bison in Lolo, Montana.She was moved to a sanctuary to be kept safe after discovering that she was blind.

In popular culture[edit]

  • A white silhouette of a bison is featured in the flag of the state of Wyoming. The bison is the state mammal; it is branded with the Great Seal of Wyoming. White represents purity, uprightness and one of the colors of the United States flag.[26]
  • The U.S. National Park Service's Arrowhead Emblem, commonly worn as a patch on an employee's uniform, incorporates a white buffalo.
  • A charging white buffalo over crossed swords is used as the logo for the NHL team, the Buffalo Sabres. A white buffalo head was used from 1996 to 2006.
  • American hard rock musician Ted Nugent has a tune that he wrote and sings called "Great White Buffalo", alluding both to the creature and to the frequent conflicts between indigenous tribes and spreading pioneers. The track appears on albums such as 2009's Playlist: The Very Best of Ted Nugent.
  • The White Buffalo is a 1977western film adapted from a novel of the same name, starring Charles Bronson as Wild Bill Hickock and Will Sampson as Crazy Horse, who hunt a rampaging white buffalo that haunts Hickock's dreams and killed Crazy Horse's child.
  • Red Dead Redemption 2 has a legendary animal quest where the player can hunt a white bison.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Eirich, Susan. "The White Buffalo". Earthfire Institute. Retrieved February 14, 2020.
  2. ^"Chief Arvol Looking Horse Speaks of White Buffalo Prophecy". KnewWays. Retrieved February 14, 2020.
  3. ^ abcdef"What is the underlying significance of the birth of the white buffalo?". AAA Native Arts. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  4. ^"Long-Term Exhibits: Big Medicine (1933–1959)". Montana Historical Society. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  5. ^"Kathleen Buerer". White Magic Publishing. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  6. ^http://www.buffalomuseum.com/passing-of-north-dakota-icon/
  7. ^"White Cloud, North Dakota's famed albino buffalo, dies of old age". 16 November 2016.
  8. ^"Tukota". Sacred World Peace Church. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  9. ^"An American Legend: White Lions, White Bison and Spirit Bears". Tupelo Buffalo Park and Zoo. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  10. ^"White Bison Born in Kentucky". Wellbriety! Magazine. White Bison Online. 6 (10). July 18, 2005. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  11. ^Panian, A.J. (December 24, 2006). "Thousands watch over naming of buffalo". Tribune Review. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  12. ^Ogden, Eloise (October 8, 2008). "National Buffalo Museum's third white buffalo". Minot Daily News. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  13. ^Chasing Hawk, Ernestine (June 14, 2011). "Sacred white buffalo calf born in Texas". The Buffalo Post. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  14. ^"Rare White Buffalo Dies in Hunt County". CBS DFW. May 4, 2012. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  15. ^Kellar, Brad (August 21, 2012). "Breaking: Sheriff says Lightning Medicine Cloud died of natural causes". Herald-Banner. Retrieved August 25, 2012.
  16. ^"Update: Officials formally address death of sacred buffalo". KETR. 4 May 2012. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  17. ^Kountz, Keith (June 27, 2012). "Rare white bison born after tribal dance & prayer". WTNH. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  18. ^"White Bison Celebrated and Named". CBSLocal. Associated Press. July 29, 2012. Retrieved July 31, 2012.
  19. ^"Rare white buffalo born on farm in Connecticut". Fox News. June 30, 2012. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  20. ^Michael, Melia (July 20, 2012). "American Indians Hail Rare Birth of White Bison". Virginian Pilot. Associated Press. p. 8.
  21. ^Ode, Kim. "* Rare white buffalo calf dies on Minnesota farm". Minneapolis Star Tribune. Retrieved July 20, 2012.
  22. ^"May 2016: White buffalo birth becomes a reminder of tradition".
  23. ^"New arrival of sacred white bison calf in Sioux Valley".
  24. ^"Rare white buffalo calf born at the Belgrade Zoo". Tanjug, RTS. Retrieved March 29, 2018.
  25. ^https://www.facebook.com/linda.sixfeathers/posts/10215610033141985
  26. ^Keyes, Verna Keays (February 15, 1960). "Tukota". Natrona County Public Library. Retrieved July 20, 2012.

Further reading[edit]

  • Pickering, Robert B., Seeing the White Buffalo. Denver Museum of Natural History & Johnson Books. 146 pgs. (hb & pb)., 1997.

External links[edit]

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