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"The sight of hundreds or thousands of buffalo on the rolling prairie or on a vast expanse of level plains was something few men could forget. Imagine yourself standing on a high ridge, perhaps 200 feet above a grass-covered prairie somewhere in central Kansas one hundred or more years ago. The warm breeze, blowing up from the south, from Indian Territory and from the Staked Plains of Texas, brushes past your face. From your vantage point you can see for nearly fifty miles in any direction. As you turn your head from the southeast to the south and southwest there are buffalo - hundreds, thousands, perhaps millions of the shaggy animals. Below the ridge, perhaps half a mile away you can see the individual animals, their brown, almost blackish bodies slowly moving as they graze on the pale green buffalo grass which has almost turned a light brown under the hot August sun. Here and there you can make out a cow with a calf, some nursing, others playing. But as you look farther away the buffalo blend together. A mile or so away you cannot make out the individual animals nor can you see the prairie under their feet. There is only a blanket of dark brown stretching to the cloudless horizon. You know you are seeing buffalo, yet it is an unbelievable sight, one that must be seen to be believed."

David A. Dary

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Last Wild Herd
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How long before they are gone forever?
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BUFFALO FIELD CAMPAIGN.ORG

This is the last wild herd in America, one day they will be gone. What kind of world are we living in when a small group of people (the Buffalo Field Campaigners) have to sit in the snow and try to protect these endangered creatures with nothing but warm clothes and high hopes? Each month I repost the update and each month more Buffalo families are wrecked forever, just plain killed, wiped out like they don't matter and they have no right to be here. I'm beginning to wonder if our voices will ever be heard. It seems the might of authority just doesn't give a damn about saving the planet or any living thing in 2008.

Maria Daines
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the Rivergods
Sunset Reds
'What is life? It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow which runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.' Crowfoot added to station 1/30/2008 3:08:56 AM
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana 5199
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Pinedog
White Buffalo
'The Great Spirit is in all things, he is in the air we breathe. The Great Spirit is our Father, but the Earth is our Mother. She nourishes us, that which we put into the ground she returns to us....' Big Thunder (Bedagi) Wabanaki Algonquin added to station 1/28/2008 1:10:50 AM
Native American fusion 5199
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J.D. Gravis
Surrender Again
And the gray Sunflower poised against the sunset, crackly bleak and dusty with the smut and smog and smoke of olden locomotives in its eye - 'Sunflower Sutra' Allen Ginsberg added to station 1/30/2008 4:19:53 PM
Folk/Acoustic Rock/Americana 5199
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Maria Daines
Jollity Farm
A tribute song to show our grateful thanks for the compassionate work of Mary Alice and Chris Pollard and remembering always the wonderful safe haven of peace they created for the rescue animals of Jollity Farm, Gerrans, Cornwall, UK. added to station 4/5/2011 6:55:06 PM
Americana 5199
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SILVERWOODSTUDIO
GONDWANA
'I believe our biggest issue is the same biggest issue that the whole world is facing, and that's habitat destruction.' Steve Irwin added to station 1/31/2008 11:24:39 PM
World Fusion 5199
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The Guild
The Man who couldn´t learn
A society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they shall never sit in. - Greek Proverb added to station 1/28/2008 1:57:01 AM
Miscellaneous 5199
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Tribal Infinity
Irreversible
'I would rather die in freedom on my way back home than starve to death here.' Morning Star added to station 1/28/2008 2:01:36 AM
Ambient 5199
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Maria Daines
Song of the motherless calf
All over the world the wildlife that I write about is in grave danger. It is being exterminated by what we call the progress of civilization. Gerald Durrell added to station 1/29/2008 2:02:14 PM
Rock 5199
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Through the Sparks
Mexico (Every Last Buffalo)
Sooner or later we've got to tie the saving of the natural world to our own public welfare. Jim Fowler added to station 1/28/2008 3:17:25 AM
Alternative Pop Rock 5199
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Spirits Of The Valley
Only after the last tree has been cut down Only after the last river has been poisoned Only after the last fish has been caught Only then you will find out that money cannot be eaten - Cree Indian Prophecy added to station 1/28/2008 1:44:44 AM
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