Work in progress... I think I re-drew the head about 4 times. It was going good till I put in a plain blue sky and killed it. So I'm taking inspiration from last night's super sunset. Can't wait to put some highlights in the foliage. #bison#workinprogress#sonjacaywoodstudio
The Bison Roundup is only a week away! When you come to watch this great western experience, bring a canned good to receive 20% off the entrance fee. The food will be donated to a local food bank. #nationalmammal#antelopeisland
#BuffaloFactFriday - Buffalo are very efficient grazers. They utilize more nutrients in the forages they consume than cattle do, as well as eat a wider variety of plant material. Buffalo do not graze grasses down to the roots like other livestock, but will leave a little bit of plant material so the grass is able to regrow. When properly managed, buffalo are gental on the land they graze and can be utilized to restore degraded grass lands. #Buffalo#Bison#NationalMammal
We'll forever be mesmerized by the beauty, grace, and raw power the American bison possesses. In addition to helping purchase our own massive herd to run freely as they once did on America's Great Plains, we also are fighting for better treatment and dietary standards across the bison market. And based on what we saw at this year's National Bison Conference--there's more buzz about grass-feeding and pasture-raising bison than we've ever seen--some serious changes are taking place. It won't happen overnight, but things are getting better and better for our National Mammal. We couldn't be more excited. #bison#progress@chrisaustinfoto
#BuffaloFactFriday - In the late 1800's the buffalo population in North America was down to under 1,000 head. Private ranchers and conservation groups stepped in to save the species. Thanks to those efforts and continued efforts from buffalo ranchers, there are about 600,000 head of buffalo living in North America today.