bison hunt


Pack of wolves harassing a bison that strayed from the herd, Yellowstone National Park

Bison were hunted almost to extinction in the 19th century and were reduced to a few hundred by the mid-1880s. They were hunted for their skins, with the rest of the animal left behind to decay on the ground. Here we see a poacher standing on a pile of an estimate 100,000 Bison skulls.

List of all the skills learned at Camp Campbell
  • Abstainence
  • Alligator Wrestling
  • Anger Management
  • Anime
  • Antidisestablishmentarianism
  • Archery
  • Basket Weaving
  • Biking
  • Bison Hunting
  • Bomb defusal
  • Boot Camp
  • Bug Catching
  • Canoeing
  • Cat Training
  • Chainsaw Juggling
  • Chapstick Application
  • Chess
  • Circus trapeze
  • Copyright Protection
  • Crime Scene Investigation
  • Culinary Arts
  • Dance
  • Day Trading
  • Doing Rad Skateboard Tricks
  • Emergency Sword Removal
  • Fantasies
  • Fights
  • Finding the Zodiac Killer
  • First Aid
  • Fishing
  • Football
  • Ghosts
  • Guess Your Weight
  • Hand To Hand Cobat
  • Hiking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Hotel Management
  • Keeping up with rhyming
  • Knitting
  • Knives
  • Knot Tying
  • Life Drawing
  • Limbo
  • List Making
  • Magic
  • Miming
  • Minor League Softball
  • Money Laundering
  • Moon Walking 101
  • Neo Classic Semiotics
  • No refusal
  • Noose Tying
  • Painting
  • Snakes
  • Plotting an Escape Route
  • Positive Self Image Camp
  • Praying the Gay Away
  • Praying the Straight Away
  • Pre-calc
  • Regular Management
  • Ropes Coursing
  • Rowing
  • Science
  • Scuba diving
  • Search and rescue
  • Second Aid
  • Shady Business Practices
  • Shiv Making
  • Skinny Camp
  • Skydiving
  • Space Camp
  • Space ships
  • Sticking It to the Man
  • Stunting
  • Swimming
  • Sword Forging
  • Sword Swallowing
  • Theatre
  • Treasure hunting
  • Underwater Basket Weaving
  • Weight Lifting
  • Women’s Shuffleboard
  • Wrassling
  • Writing Fan-Fiction

edited to include the activities that are included in the theme song

uzi-boozii  asked:

IMAGINE: Shin in just his boxers but is also wearing a cute turtle neck sweater with adorable chibi wolves on it, eating peanut butter flavored ice cream, and watching a documentary about wolves. (And carla secretly watches it as well while eating ham) :)

i was just watchin a documentary about animals in canada yesterday and there was a wolf trying to hunt a bison but u cant kill it from the front, u gotta bite em from the back or else you’ll get fucked up by the bison, and as I was watchin this wolf do his thing I was like “….rare footage of shin trying to eat ass”


Baby bison and its mom take on wolf and win

After being swept away from his herd while crossing the Lamar River in Yellowstone National Park, a bison calf defies all odds in order to survive.


Camp Campbell Activities List:

  • hiking 
  • fishing 
  • archery 
  • first aid
  • horseback riding
  • bug catching 
  • knot tying 
  • swimming 
  • rowing 
  • canoeing 
  • ropes coursing 
  • basket weaving
  • painting
  • second aid
  • the sciences
  • anger management
  • regular management
  • hotel management 
  • women’s shuffle board
  • moon walking 101 
  • weight lifting
  • alligator wrestling 
  • wrassling 
  • bison hunting 
  • praying the gay away 
  • praying the straight away
  • hand to hand cobat 
  • noose tying
  • finding the zodiac killer
  • writing fan-fiction
  • abstainence
  • day trading
  • shady business practices
  • cat training
  • minor league softball
  • underwater basket weaving
  • magic 
  • knitting
  • skydiving
  • doing rad skateboard tricks
  • crime scene investigation
  • sticking it to the man
  • chapstick application
  • antidisestablishmentarianism
  • neo classic semiotics
  • money laundering
  • plotting an escape route
  • shiv making
  • life drawing
  • sword forging
  • sword swallowing
  • emergency sword removal 
  • chainsaw juggling
  • guess your weight
  • theatre
  • boot camp
  • skinny camp
  • positive self image camp
  • anime
  • culinary arts
  • copyright protection
  • space camp
  • list making

anonymous asked:

I don't know why you're defending them, bronys are disgusting. All they do is sit at home, draw porn, masturbate to a little girl's cartoon. Nothing good comes from them!!!

Why am I defending bronies? Could it possibly be because I’m a brony myself and don’t appreciate people insulting the community I’m a part of? Or maybe because I’m a halfway decent human being who can’t stand bullies and doesn’t like it when people start ganging up on an entire group just because of a few subsets of it?

Pretty much, yeah.

I’m usually not the most vocal of the defenders, and when dealing with people who dislike me and the members of my growing family I usually keep things short and sweet (not always mature as I have flown off the handle into a loud angry rant several times), but for you, my dear Anon, I’ll make an exception to this. Now sit down and stick around because this is going to get a little long, but you may actually learn something come the end of it.

First off let’s get a few things out of the way.

What is a brony?

In simple terms, a brony is a fan of the cartoon My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, but not a member of the targeted demographic due to most bronies being older males (generally late teens to early adults but often going even older than that). But it’s more than that. Bronies aren’t just men, there are a ton of female bronies (sometimes called pegasisters, I prefer to just call everyone in the fandom a brony because it’s simpler that way) out there too. Bronies can also be much younger than the general assumption, reaching and even going below the age group Friendship is Magic was designed for, though more often than not these people are ignored by the general public and not considered by them to be a part of the brony community for the simple fact that (despite some being boys and thus not who Hasbro intends to sell to) they are of the age that the show is trying to reach.

Are bronies gay?

The simple answer? Yeah, some are. I’m not about to say how many, mostly because I don’t know. That’s like asking “are M&Ms candy?” Yes, but they’re not the only kind. Like most fandoms, you have people of all genders, race/nationality (because I don’t know the big proper word being used instead of that now), builds, and preferences. You’ve got straight bronies, lesbian bronies, gay bronies, bisexual bronies, transgendered bronies, transsexual bronies, asexual bronies, pansexual bronies, Asian, African, Hispanic, Latino, Caucasian, male, female, thin, short, tall, average, well-rounded, muscular, etc… the list goes on and on. So, are bronies gay? Yes, but that’s not what EVERY brony is.

Are bronies pedophiles?

Now here’s one of the harder ones. I’m going to say that some could be, but as with the previous question that’s only a fraction of the fandom. I can’t say how big or how small a section because I don’t know, but I will go out on a limb and say that most of us are not.

Do bronies fap to ponies?

That’s like asking if otakus fap to moe. Yes, there are bronies who get off on pony hentai, we call them Cloppers. It’s 2014 for crying out loud, people get off on just about anything these days. Just refer to Rule 34. And just like all things pornographic, there’s different types. You can find MLP hentai of the actual ponies, anthro versions with varying degrees of animal-human figures, humanized porn, pony on pony, human on human, human on pony, dragon on pony, dragon on bat-pony, it goes on. There’s a porn for everything these days.

Do all bronies do that?

Do all humans drive Ferraris and hunt bison in their underwear? Of course not! Some do, but generally not all. In fact, a good majority of the fandom doesn’t have anything sexual to do with the show.

If you’re a brony, does that make you a furry?

If you’re a sports fan does that make you a fan of the Yankees? No. You can be a brony and not be a furry. You can be a furry and not be a brony. You can be a brony and a furry and not have the two mix. You can be a brony and a furry and let the two mix. It’s up to the person, but one does not necessarily lead to the other, nor are they mutually inclusive or mutually exclusive.

Now that that’s out of the way, let’s delve down a little deeper and actually cover some of what you’ve said Anon.

All they do is sit at home

Actually, most bronies have jobs they have to do or school they have to attend. Being a brony doesn’t mean you stay at home all day and never leave the house for any occasion. There are plenty of people in all sorts of fields that are bronies. Teachers, police officers, actors/actresses, writers, designers, store managers, bank tellers, producers, doctors, delivery persons, fast food crew members, students, and even more.

draw porn, masturbate to a little girl’s cartoon





























Well you got us Anon, we sure do draw a lot of porn.

Nothing good comes from them!!!

Yes, we certainly never do anything good for anyone ever.

Nope, not one single good thing.

We certainly don’t make music, write stories (certainly not stories that become actual physical published books), make art/plushies/figures, or even animate videos.

But all that aside, yes, there are those of us that create things that make people uncomfortable, there are those of us that dress up as ponies, those of us that go out of their way to shove the fandom (or the code of Love and Tolerate) down people’s throats, those that are completely obnoxious, and those of us that do all sorts of things that reach the public and shine a light on the community as a whole that says “HEY EVERYONE! ALL BRONIES ARE POMPOUS DICKS WHO ARE SEXUALLY ATTRACTED TO ANIMALS AND WILL STALK YOUR CHILDREN!!!” I’m not denying that fact. I’m simply saying that there are more of us who AREN’T. Yes, there are a lot of terrible people, and a lot of people who don’t like us. And if I see someone acting like that, I’m going  to call them out on it, and have before. Now, I’m not about to stop people from doing things in the privacy of their own room or dressing up, because hey, that’s your thing. But if I happen to come across one of us somewhere being a dick or causing trouble, yeah, I’ll be one of the first to go up and say “you’re being an ass, it’s annoying and causing a lot of shit, stop it now.”

So to get back to your question about why I’m defending bronies, Anon:

Because I’m a human being who doesn’t solely focus on just the negative aspects of a fandom, because the rest of the fandom isn’t like that, but mostly because I. Am. A. Brony. And. I. Am. Proud. Of. It.

It’s National Bison Day!  “Black Dog” - a large buffalo. Wichita National Forest. 1927

Ungulates: Buffalo - All States
Series: Photographs Relating to National Forests, Resource Management Practices, Personnel, and Cultural and Economic History, ca. 1897 - ca. 1980Record Group 95: Records of the Forest Service, 1870 - 2008

Celebrate National Bison Day with a virtual bison hunt through the National Archives Catalog!

Help to transcribe and tag vintage Forest Service bison photos in the National Archives Catalog.  This easy transcription mission will help make these images more accessible and searchable for researchers and the public. 

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(Though not yet officially recognized, the first Saturday of November has been proposed as National Bison Day.)

Otoe-Missouria Tribe History

In the 1800′s the Otoe-Missouria lived on the prairies and made their homes along the Platte and Grand Rivers. “They hunted bison and grew corn, squash, and beans in the river valleys. Patrilineally related families lived in large earthen lodges in permanent villages and, when hunting the bison, occupied tipis in smaller family groups.

anonymous asked:

Do you know where the largest pack exists today?

To be honest, I don’t know where the current largest wolf pack resides. Maybe one of my followers know? 

To give you an idea about what kind of numbers to think of; in 2001,10 pups were born to the adult females of the Druid pack, making the pack up to 37 members. They then became the largest wolf pack ever recorded. The Druid pack however does no longer exist, but I don’t know of a current pack that outdo the number of 37 wolves.

And there’s this story taking place in January 2011, about a “super pack” of 400 wolves in Russia who laid siege to the remote town of Verkhoyansk, forcing locals to mount patrols on snow mobiles until the government could send in extra help. Even though it’s even noted in the Guinness Book of Records, 400 wolves sounds quite ridiculous and at least exaggerated, and there’s no evidence besides the word from witnesses and online articles all sourcing to each other.
The particularly harsh winter may have killed off the wolves’ usual prey, forcing them to team up and attack larger animals. If this story has even a slightest truth to it, the actual number of the wolves most likely wouldn’t be 400, but rather something like 40. In that case, the Druid pack would have lost their title. 

Also, just to add in case you’re interested; here’s a cool video of a pack of 25 wolves hunting bison. It’s one of the largest wolf packs ever filmed.