A lone bison bull braves the harshest conditions of Yellowstone National Park, choosing to spend the coldest months of the year in the Lamar River Valley. Unlike elk or deer which clear snow away from the ground with their hooves, this bison uses his head, sweeping it back and forth to expose grass buried under the snow.
This is a black and white limited-edition print featured at 14x36, framed in authentic, Montana barn wood, signed and numbered by the artist. Only 25 of these prints will be sold.
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