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Herds can be found in parts of Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Ontario and Saskatchewan in Canada, as well as Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, South Dakota, Utah, and Alaska.
Bison were once widespread from Alaska to northern Mexico, but the current range occupied by conservation herds has diminished to one percent of its original status.
Bison are usually found in groups arranged by sex, age, season, and habitat. Both cows and bulls live in a dominance hierarchy in these groups, which is established early in life.
Bison wallow in the dust and mud to keep cool and to soothe insect bites.