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Over 1,000 bison removed during Yellowstone cull

from goHUNT

Yellowstone National Park has completed another bison cull, removing a total of 1,155 bison from the park. Typical culls allow for 600 to 900 bison to be removed, making this year's cull one that mirrors the 2017 bison cull, which was one of the largest ones in almost a decade and removed over 1,200 animals. With an estimated 4,300 bison roaming the park following this spring's calving season, park officials said in a statement that the bison population "will meet an agency goal of a population of less than 4,500 bison for the first time since 2012," the Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports. more

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