Bison  have been  lingering  outside Yellowstone National Park, or heading  back within its borders after their winter migration. Meanwhile 8 agencies and tribal groups, known as the Interagency Bison Management Plan Partners, wrapped up a 2 day meeting, in Bozeman on Wednesday. The focus was about how to manage the animals. Chelcie Cremer, from the Montana Farm Bureau Federation, details the discussion.

 Government officials have started mapping out their next steps in letting bison roam beyond Yellowstone National Park, after almost 900 of the animals were captured during their annual migration.