Yellow Stone National Park. This bison picture was photographed at about 7:30 am. Firstly, I had decided to get out of my vehicle and walk towards this massive bison. He must have been standing in place overnight as there were no trail marks on the fresh snow for instance. It confounds me how they can stay in one place for such an extended period. I approached the bison; at about twenty feet, he lifted his head and also gave me a look that said, “back off.” I heard him loud and clear. Meanwhile, I stayed twenty feet away to take this bisons picture. The snow was up to my knees/lower thigh. It occurred to me, “if the charges, I won’t be able to run away.” I had committed a foolish mistake.
Standing frozen in my tracks, I did not know what my next move would be. Thankfully, this bison was unable to find more food and also ended up wandering off in the other direction. This allowed me to slowly trudge back to my car with little fear of attack.
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