What Do Bison Eat?


Bison are generally grazers, thus they eat grass that they find on their habitat. They sometimes eat low shrubs, and during the winter they rummage in the snow looking for grass. When there is a limited amount of grass in the habitat, bison resort to eating twigs on the shrubs they find.
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Bison eat grass. The Bison needs to eat five times a day. When it is hard to find grass in the winter, they actually dig the snow looking for grass to eat.
A Bison mainly eats grass, leaves, twigs and bark. They don't eat meat. They will live on prairies and regions that has ample supply of grasses.
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