On the 43,000-acre Z Bar ranch in Barber County, buffalo have been making a comeback. More than 3,000 buffalo roam the prairie along with prairie dogs and antelope. By the late 1800s, buffalo had nearly disappeared from the Kansas landscape as the railroads and settlers moved in.
On the 43,000-acre Z Bar ranch in Barber County, buffalo have been making a comeback. More than 3,000 buffalo roam the prairie along with prairie dogs and antelope. By the late 1800s, buffalo had nearly disappeared from the Kansas landscape as the railroads and settlers moved in. The Wichita Eagle
On the 43,000-acre Z Bar ranch in Barber County, buffalo have been making a comeback. More than 3,000 buffalo roam the prairie along with prairie dogs and antelope. By the late 1800s, buffalo had nearly disappeared from the Kansas landscape as the railroads and settlers moved in. The Wichita Eagle

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