I assume you mean the buffalo herd in Yellowstone National Park. It now comprises about 2,300 bison. The figure used to be more than twice that, 4,700, but the population declined sharply following an extremely harsh winter two years ago. More than 700 of the iconic animals starved or otherwise died on the mountainsides during an unusually harsh winter, and more than 1,600 were shot by hunters or sent to slaughterhouses in a disease-control effort, according to National Park Service figures.
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