"The man did not appear to be injured and we are unsure of what happened to him after as we moved forward with traffic". This time, the bison charges a bit faster and with his horns down - ready to strike.
As it turns out, the man was able to evade the bison's second charge, and shortly thereafter, the large animal can be seen walking away. Raymond Reinke, a 55-year-old man from Pendleton, Oregon, has been booked at the Yellowstone Jail and was expected to make a court appearance on Friday, rangers said. Again, officers reported Reinke seemed to be intoxicated and argumentative.
"We appreciate the collaboration of our fellow rangers in Glacier and Grand Teton national parks on this arrest".
US employers add 157000 jobs, jobless rate hits 3.9 percent
One cloud on the horizon has been the Trump administration's trade fights with China, the European Union, Canada and Mexico. He has raised starting pay roughly 10 percent in the past two years, from $60,000 to between $65,000 and $70,000.
Bison are responsible for injuring more people than any other animal in Yellowstone, according to SFGate.
Herbert did not comment on whether the man could be issued a citation. Currently Yellowstone Park Rangers are investigating the incident that was captured in this video uploaded by @Lindsey Jones.
"We need people to be stewards of Yellowstone, and one way to do that is to keep your distance from wildlife", park Superintendent Dan Wenk told local station BNQT on August 2.
President Trump Blasts LeBron James, Don Lemon over Racial Division Comments
'Lebron James was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television , Don Lemon . One person who was apparently up late watching it: President Trump .
Reinke's bond was revoked per the request of the Assistant U.S. Attorney on August 2 and a warrant was issued for his arrest.
Visitors are required to stay at least 25 yards from animals such as bison and elk, and 100 yards from bears and wolves, park rules state.
Reinke was transported to Helena, Montana, on Thursday night and handed over to Yellowstone rangers.
Donald Trump thanks Kim Jong Un for keeping word on war remains
The DPAA Laboratory at Hickam Air Force Base , Hawaii, is the first US stop for the recently returned remains. Australia, Belgium, France and the Philippines have yet to recover some of their war dead from North Korea.
As the National Park Service warns on the official website for Yellowstone, "Wild animals are unpredictable and risky".