They followed the ranger to try to return the calf to where they first encountered it, but the animal resisted.“I did my best. I lifted it up. It started kicking. Put it down. I tried to push it. And it did not want to go,” Shakeel Kassam said.Finally, they took the bison toward the herd and left it there.“And then the ranger told us, ‘You go away because he wants to follow you.’ So once we went away, he was able to join with the other herd … So that was the end of it,” said Shamash Kassam, a Quebec resident.
June 3, 2016 at 1:55 PM EDT