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Shirt nine. I was six years old when my brother and I went to this demo. I remember the ramps being shitty but still in total shock of the tricks these dudes were doing. #hwm#hwmshirts#buffalo#gt#dyno#bmx
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Where the Buffalo Roam
In early American history, prior to western expansion approximately 60 million Buffalo (Bison) roamed the Great Plains. They traveled from the north boarder of the now called United States to the southern boarder into Mexico. This was believed to be one of the largest group of mammals living together on the planet. They were a primary source of the way of life to the tribes that lived amongst them. As western expansion continued; by the year 1800 there no buffalo found east of the Mississippi River. Around the 1830’s the railroad was heading deep into the plains and the mass killing of buffalo began. People were encouraged to kill the buffalo by the rail company and the US military in or to control the Native American population. During this period roughly 20 thousand people were hunting buffalo decimating them, estimated at 8000 kills per day. By 1883 less than 300 buffalo were left in North America; approximately 50 were left in the United States. As of today, there are around 500,000 buffalo found in the U.S. most of these are not pure Buffalo (Bison), because they have been cross bread with other live stock. Out of the 500,000 thousand only 30,000 are consider wild, living on wild life reserves.
View of the end of Concrete Central (1917), which was the largest grain elevator in the world at 4.5 million bushels. That was enough to make 170 million loaves of bread! Learn about how integral it was to the American and European food supply chain on the tour. It's a gorgeous day, so come out and see us!
The #FLOmingos have invaded the Olmsted parks of Buffalo!
With the arrival of these 1500 brightly colored birds, @bfloparks is looking to set a Guinness World Record for the “longest line of garden flamingos”.
Check out (and adopt) the big flock on Bidwell Parkway with smaller groups at each of the six Olmsted parks.
Starting to see some definition in my quads again 🙌🏻 If there’s one thing I would change about my pregnancy, it would be to keep working out through it. It’s so easy to say “ah, I’m eating for two, who cares?” Or “I’m way too tired to workout today... or tomorrow... or the next day...” NEXT TIME I’ll be doing the @expectingandempowered workout plan. You can count on it 💪🏻As someone who struggles with control, working out makes me happy! I can control what I do and what changes I see in my body. It helps me let go of the other areas of my life that I consistently try to have control over. .
I’ve failed on my upload again this past Monday 🙈 I DID post on Wednesday, though! If you didn’t see that, you can check it out on my blog 👆🏻. .
Hannah Bollinger, `19 ILR, and Marina Grais, `21 ILR, exploring one of the grain elevators at Silo City, a historical industrial complex located on the Buffalo River as part of group programming focused on Green as the New Growth: Water, Energy, and the Binational Regional Economy. Photo by Alessandro Powell. #engagedlearning#cornell#ilrschool#highroad#buffalo#greenenergy