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Bison with GPS collars give clues to grasslands conservation

Bison roam over 13,000 acres of land at Old Man on His Back Ranch, but beyond the idyllic sight are the building blocks for a three-year research project on grasslands conservation.

The research project, conducted by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) and the University of Saskatchewan, has seen bison and cattle in this southwest part of Saskatchewan fitted with GPS collars that help establish their grazing patterns.

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