As always, I’m a helpful cuss and quite congenial – most of the time. As long as I’m by myself, like, you understand.
But I do live in a State, other than mental, and value some of the touristy things the State has to offer.
McPherson County, Kan – – A new tour will feature baby bison at the Maxwell Wildlife Refuge in McPherson County.
“They are the prettiest right now,” said Lawrence Everhart, Canton Resident. “They’re just a whole bunch of them and they’re red. They’re not dark brown.”
Starting this weekend, the volunteers of the Friends of Maxwell will offer tours of the baby bison.
People will be able to board the trams and catch an up close view of the bison.
In 1951, the refuge started with ten head of bison and six head of elk.
Today, the refuge consists of 4.5-square miles of prairie with about 165 buffalo and 70 elk.
“The comeback of the buffalo and everything is an important story to tell and people enjoy bison,” said Peterson.
To book a tour, call (620) 628-4455 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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