North Rim Buffalo | Released April 1, 2011 | Edition of 200 prints | The North Rim of gets less than 10% of the tourists who annually visit the Grand Canyon. At a thousand feet higher in elevation, the trees are much more lush and the forests go right up to the rim. There is more abundant wildlife, as well, including a species that tends to surprise many people: the American buffalo (bison). Photographed just after the snows melted, as the trees were just past budding and the grasses in the meadows were irresistable to the herds. Notice also at least three baby buffalo toward the back of the trees, likely having recently been born in the spring.
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