The other day i got to go on a trip to go see the Hudson-Meng Bison Kill site. Here, we saw a very small portion of the site, shown here. There are 600 Bison found in this site but only 6 skull bones found. The people that had hunted these probably used these for religious purposes or for making proper Bison hides using the brains of the Bison. The Bison found here have all been aged at either 6 months or 18 months, which would mean that this was a seasonal kill site. They also hunted female Bison, but very few males. When we look at the Bison of this time period (around 12,000 years ago) we see that the males are at a standing height of over 6 feet. This means that they would have been harder to hunt. This was an amazing sight to see as this was one of the sights that our previous site director Doctor Larry Agenbroad had a lot to do with.