I was in the archives today and rediscovered some images I had taken a few years back when I had the opportunity to escort a photographer from the Netherlands, Philip Friskorn, on Konza prairie in some research areas not generally open to the public. It was a great day, the weather cooperated and the Bison did as well. Sometimes you can go out and not see one Bison but we saw quite a few and some were up much closer than this. I chose this image because it shows the landscape of the Flint Hills off fairly well and also shows the results after a Spring burn of the prairie. This was taken in May and the grass was returning quite well.
Note: A pet peeve of mine is to call them Buffalo, they are not. The settlers thought they resembled them when they saw them but they have no connection to a true Buffalo. When publications still refer to them incorrectly it's just laziness and continues the bad information. I am glad to see more and more referring to them by their actual name of bison. Rant over.