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Bison and Other Endangered Animals Return to Native Lands

The New York Times reported this week on the return of bison and other endangered wildlife to pristine land. The Native Americans from these midwest regions have maintained the grasslands, unplowed and natural – a rarity across the rest of the American landscape. Now the tribal land is being further restored by returning its native wildlife:

Caught on the Bison Cam

We think the fox above is the Swift Fox – one of the rare and threatened species that call Grasslands National Park their native home. Fast Facts: They received the name “swift” fox because of their speediness. Swift foxes are nocturnal, vocal and non-territorial. They spend more time underground in their burrows than any other canid.