Highway 89 back open after successful bison drive

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Grand Teton National Park is reporting N. Highway 89 has reopened after briefly closing this morning for a scheduled bison drive.

Park officials, along with Wyoming Game and Fish personnel were able to move about a hundred head of wild bison right down the highway in order to access southern areas of natural forage.

The herd of bison had been having a few run-ins with horses belonging to a private ranch inholding in the park.

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