From the American bison (the largest land mammal in North America and Refuge namesake) to the vagrant shrew (one of the smallest mammals), the National Bison Range is home to numerous wildlife species. Each animal can be found in its own particular habitat and during times best suited for their lifestyle. Follow the links to profile pages of individual species where you’ll find out about the best places and times to see them. Also, follow the link for tips on the most successful wildlife viewing techniques. Large or small, wildlife viewing opportunities are extraordinary at the National Bison Range.