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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.
Black and white Bison images
Firstly, I will never forget capturing these bison images. I’ve traveled the world and seen many incredible sights, but this expedition was truly remarkable and it produced bison photos that are equally remarkable. The bison is a fascinating animal – no wonder it is America’s national Animal as a result. For thousands of years, the bison was 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 captures 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!
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 makes them wonderful creatures to photograph. I’m proud of my bison images and I hope you’ll enjoy viewing them as much as I enjoyed photographing them.
Shot in: Yellowstone National Park, Montana, USA.
Tragically, Climate Change Has Put the Great American Bison at Risk
In the United States, Yellowstone National Park is the only place where bison are seen in large numbers – as captured in my 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 observed a significant reduction in size over the past 50 years. The fossil record 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. Keep reading to learn how purchasing my black and white artwork can help protect and also restore the bison.
Your Purchase of Bison Images Helps Animals Impacted by Climate Change
Firstly, as a fashion photographer, I pay my models. As a wildlife photographer, I cannot pay the animals, so I’ve developed relationships with conservation organizations such as the Wolf Conservation Center, Cana Foundation, and World Animal Protection.
Most importantly, a portion of the sale from each bison print is 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, 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.
Bison Images by Ejaz Khan Will Create an Unforgettable Impression in Your Home
These BISON photographs 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 and also fine art photography can be found by clicking on the images above.
Our Bison Photo Trip: Watch the Short Film
Additional Wildlife Photo Collections by Ejaz Khan
If you enjoy my black and white bison photography, then you will also enjoy the rest of my wildlife series. I’ve traveled the globe and captured stunning images of horses, mountain lions, bald eagles, and also more. Please take a few moments to browse through my fine art photography collection below – I think you will like what you see!
Q: What are bison?
A: The bison is also known as the American bison, American buffalo, or simply buffalo. Primarily living in North America.
Q: What do bison eat?
A: Bison are herbivores, feeding on the grasses throughout prairie lands for instance.
Q: Where to buy bison pictures?
A: Our black and white Bison pictures were taken in Wyoming. Each photo is part of a fine art photography limited edition series. You can contact us today for size and also price information. Black and white art prints are also available!
Q: Is the bison an American symbol?
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.