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Surrounded By Buffalo Guests

When you live on the prairie, there are a variety of guests that show up at your door. Those guests include, birds, bunnies, racoons, snakes, toads, etc. 

Gold Finch

Some are more welcome than others.

Rattle Snake

Perimeter fences are built around the houses and out buildings, keeping the larger animals out.

Buffalo House Guests

My studio however, is tucked into the hillside of a thousand acre pasture, without a fence around it. A couple of weeks ago the Buffalo were moved into this pasture and during this time they have paid me several visits. They are very curious animals when not threatened and have an escape route. I've been videoing some of my experiences to share with you, and I hope you enjoy the buffalo visits as much as I did.

And, no, it never gets old. 😊

P.S.: Make sure you watch to the end, as a baby fawn makes its first video debut!

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27 comments

  • Beautiful animals! Lucky you!! Thanks for sharing ❤🦬

    Jennifer Diamond
  • Your voice is very soft and yet it is enough to make these beautiful animals bolt. I can see how bison could easily stampede and that raising them is a dangerous profession.

    Maggie Wilkerson
  • “Oh give me a home where the buffalo roam…” (Or a beautiful studio). Awesome video, Jill, thanks for sharing your special world with us!

    Penny Gray
  • You are sooo… lucky!

    Angela A Anderson
  • What a cool experience! Thank you for sharing it with us!

    Sonia
  • Thank you Jill! Having seen your video, my day is better already.

    Holly
  • Thank you, Jill! this video was lovely and the last shot of the herd on the prairie makes my heart sing.

    Susan Will
  • I love it! Especially when they were busted eating your flowers and stopped chewing in their tracks before sheepishly scattering….that was too great!

    Kathy Grocott
  • What a wonderful sight in such a beautiful setting…would love to see it in person some day

    Geoff wheeler
  • I love it! Especially when they were busted eating your flowers and stopped chewing in their tracks before sheepishly scattering….that was too great!

    Kathy Grocott
  • What an amazing experience! Years ago I lived across the road from Taos Pueblo Buffalo and every now and then they would manage to lean on the fence long enough to push it over! Then they would head down the road to the village!

    Lumina
  • Jill – good stuff! Thanks for the video

    Ernie Nitka

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