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Send A Bison Valentine To Your Sweetie And Help Yellowstone's Herds


Be Mine....From Yellowstone, With Love.

I've got to hand it to the Buffalo Field Campaign, the group that doesn't believe shooting bison is a smart way to manage Yellowstone National Park's bison herds. The folks there are always thinking of innovative ways to raise money for their efforts.

The group's latest initiative encourages you to send a bison-backed Valentine to your sweetie!

On this day dedicated to love, we invite you to honor your loved ones with a gift truly from the heart. Instead of (or in addition to) candy, flowers, and trinkets, let Buffalo Field Campaign send a Valentine in your name. It’s cheap and it’s easy yet it means so much!

As a wild buffalo supporter, you already know that BFC operates on the thinnest of shoestrings. Now, with a hunt to monitor -- in addition to Department of Livestock and National Park Service activities -- that shoestring is pulled even thinner. Your heart-felt contribution will warm OUR hearts through long, cold days in the field defending America’s last wild buffalo.

For a minimum $15 contribution (more gladly accepted!), we’ll send your valentine recipient(s) a special 4-1/4 x 5-1/2" photo card featuring Yellowstone’s magnificent bison.

These cards are appropriate for ALL your valentines, including that special someone (show him/her what a sensitive and caring individual you are); your mom or dad (show them what a decent human being they raised); your Aunt Edna and Uncle Harvey (show them they’re always in your heart); and the neighbor you feeds your cats when you travel (show her she’s appreciated). The inscription reads:

(Your Name) has made a contribution to Buffalo Field Campaign in your honor.
This “gift from the heart” is put to work protecting and defending the Yellowstone herd – America’s last wild and free-roaming bison. Happy Valentine’s Day!

Time is of the essence, though. To take advantage of this opportunity, you must act by Monday, February 4. To do so, follow this link.

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