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BORN ON THE FIREHOLE I

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After a gestation period of nine to ten months, the bison cow typically gives birth to a 40 pound calf from mid-April through May. Bison calves are usually born in isolated areas that afford a lot of cover, however, this calf was born in a small, grassy area along the Firehole River.
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After a gestation period of nine to ten months, the bison cow typically gives birth to a 40 pound calf from mid-April through May. Bison calves are usually born in isolated areas that afford a lot of cover, however, this calf was born in a small, grassy area along the Firehole River.