National Mammal

National Mammal, The President signed the National Bison Legacy Act on May 9, 2016 making the North American bison the official National Mammal of the United States. This is a great milestone for an animal that once faced extinction. The bison has played a central role in America’s history and culture and helped shape the Great Plains and the lifestyle of Native Americans. Today, bison live in all 50 states and serves as a symbol of unity, resilience and healthy lifestyles and communities.


Vote Bison

Today, May 9th 2016, the president signed the bill designation bison as our national mammal. National Bison Day Resolution Introduction: Sept. 23rd! We are absolutely always looking for additional coalition members. Please consider being added by simply fill out the webform at http://votebison.org/join. Also, it would be great if you […]

Vote Bison

Nutritional Chart

Bison Meat Nutritional Value

How Healthy Is Bison Meat? High Protein and Low FatĀ (bison meat nutritional value) A 3-ounce serving of roasted bison meat contains 122 calories, 24.2 grams of protein and 2.1 grams of fat, including just 0.8 gram of saturated fat. This is 48 percent of the daily value for protein, 3 […]