Descendants of Goodnight Ranch Bison Back in Texas

Amarillo Globe-News

AMARILLO, Texas — Descendants of the last pure Texas herd of American bison are again roaming the range at the Goodnight Ranch in Palo Duro Canyon, the place where Charles Goodnight first started the herd in 1878. The bison have been brought home by Cecil Miskin, a 65-year-old Detroit native who began raising the animals with his wife after retiring from his job as a lawyer. "We will show that we can expose people to an iconic animal in its natural setting," Miskin told the Amarillo Globe-News. "The whole idea is to educate people. There's a tremendous amount of lessons to be learned on the pasture."


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