ⓘ Lamar Buffalo Ranch

                                     

ⓘ Lamar Buffalo Ranch

The Lamar Buffalo Ranch is a historic livestock ranch in the Lamar River valley of Yellowstone National Park, in the U.S. state of Wyoming. It was created to preserve one of the last free-roaming American bison herds in the United States. The ranch was established in 1907 when 28 bison were moved from Fort Yellowstone to the Lamar Valley in the northeast corner of the park.

The herd at the ranch the Lamar Buffalo was saved as a semi-domesticated source of additional bison to enhance parks, natural stock. As the ranched herd increased in size, it was released on open range, where it interbred with the wild herd. After the ranched bison were successfully integrated, the ranch continued to be used to create hay to feed wild bison in the winter period up to 1950-ies. Because the winter feeding of the herd maintained at an artificially high level and distort the distribution of bison in the Park, he fell out of favor as the national Park Service adopted a policy in the management of wildlife that try to interfere as little as possible with each kind of natural environment.

Today the ranch the Lamar Buffalo preserved as a historic district consisting of five buildings, built in the early 20th century. The complex includes a Foresters house, built in 1915, the bunkhouse, built in 1929, place of residence, which was moved from soda Butte in 1938, the barn, built in 1927, and paddock. The interior of the huts have since been renovated and is currently used in the parks the Institute of public administration, Yellowstone forever once the Yellowstone Association, which holds classes there and workshops.

                                     
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