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Notes from the Field: Injuries Associated with Bison Encounters - Yellowstone National Park, 2015.

Abstract Since 1980, bison have injured more pedestrian visitors to Yellowstone National Park (Yellowstone) than any other animal (1). After the occurrence of 33 bison-related injuries during 1983-1985 (range = 10-13/year), the park implemented successful outreach campaigns (1) to reduce the average number of injuries to 0.8/year (range = 0-2/year) during 2010-2014 (unpublished data, National Park Service, September 2015). During May-July 2015, five injuries associated with bison encounters occurred (Table). Case reports were reviewed to evaluate circumstances surrounding these injuries to inform prevention.
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Pedestrians

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Journal Title mmwr. morbidity and mortality weekly report
Publication Year Start
%A Cherry, Cara; Leong, Kirsten; Wallen, Rick; Buttke, Danielle
%T Notes from the Field: Injuries Associated with Bison Encounters - Yellowstone National Park, 2015.
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