Man taunts buffalo in Yellowstone Park

Aaron Brown
August 5, 2018

A man was captured on mobile phone video taunting a large bison in Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. state of Wyoming this week, according to the New York Post. We need people to be stewards of Yellowstone. I videoed him from our vehicle as he was walking and making growling sounds.

At least one person is gored by a bison each year at the famed park. "He gestured to the animal to get off the road and then proceeded to challenge him", Jones said. Bison are unpredictable and can run three times faster than humans.

The National Park Service advises that visitors "always remain" at least 100 yards (about 90 metres) from bears or wolves, and at least 25 yards (20 metres) away from all other wildlife. However, when the bison walks over to the shoulder of the road, the man continues to follow it and thump his chest with his fists.

The park is holding 89 bison in quarantine corrals to certify they are free of the disease brucellosis before they can be transferred to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.

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"These distances safeguard both visitors and the remarkable experience of sharing a landscape with thousands of freely-roaming animals", he said in a Facebook post.

Reinke was first arrested by law enforcement on July 28 in Grand Teton National Park for drunk and disorderly conduct. "People who ignore these rules are risking their lives and threatening the park experience for everyone else", Wenk said in the statement.

He continued, "The best way to view wildlife is from a safe distance". He was released on bond the following day and traveled to Yellowstone National Park.

"Give animals space when they're near trails, boardwalks, parking lots, or in developed areas".

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