Other Mammals (page 3)

(hit "refresh" to get the most recent version of this page; click on photos for larger images)

Giant Otter
Fergus Falls, MN
This Giant Otter statue, nicknamed "Otto", was built in 1972 by high school students. The statue is 40 feet long and made of concrete over metal. Fergus Falls is the seat of Otter Tail County. For more, see this website. [map]

Giant Otter
Ottertail, MN
This Giant Otter statue was created by Ken Nyberg around 1998 from scrap metal. It is 14 feet long. [map]

Atwood, KS
Giant Buffalo
Jamestown, ND
The Buffalo statue in Atwood was created by Pete Felten. The limestone statue was installed in front of the courthouse in 1980. [map]

This Buffalo statue in Jamestown was built in 1959 from concrete over a steel frame. It is 26 feet tall and 46 feet long, making it the world's largest buffalo statue. The statue is dedicated to the vast herds of bison which once roamed the prairies. It was restored in 2007. For more, see this website. [map]

Hurricane Mills, TN
Luverne, MN
This Buffalo statue in Hurricane Mills stands in front of Loretta Lynn's Ranch Kitchen.

This Buffalo statue in Luverne is located at Those Blasted Things, a gift shop which opened in 2001. [map]

Driggs, ID
This Buffalo statue has been installed on the roof of this building since at least 2007 when the Gourmet Pantry occupied the space below. The building now houses Silver Peaks Realty. These photos are from 2014. This statue is obviously from the same mold as those shown in the row above. For more, see this website. [map]

Calumet, OK
These Buffalos are located at Indian Trading Post & Art. [map]

Madison, SD
Huron, SD
These Buffalo statues in Madison and Huron are at the two locations of Prostrollo General Motors. These fiberglass representations of "Big Medicine" were built by FAST. They are 12 feet tall and 20 feet long. The first one was installed in Madison, SD around 1970 while the one in Huron has been there since 1987. [Madison map]; [Huron map]

Center City, MN
Duluth, MN
This Buffalo statue in Center City stands in the field next to Eichtens Hidden Acres, which sells cheese and bison products. He is accompanied by a giant mouse. [map]

This Buffalo statue in Duluth is installed on a trailer near the Buffalo House Restaurant. Nicknamed "Burko the Buffalo, he participates in local parades. For more, see this website. [map]

Fred the Buffalo [gone]
Tucson, AZ
Gothenburg, NE
Morongo Valley, CA
Fred the Buffalo in Tucson was installed on a boat on the roof of Copper Country Antiques. The statue was painted different colors year-round. The store closed in 2015 and all the statues are gone. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3.

This life-sized Buffalo in Gothenburg is made of 1,400 pounds of barbed wire. It is located in front of the Sod House Museum. The sculpture was created by Merle Block. It has been here since at least 1998. [map]

The Buffalo statue in Morongo Valley appears to be aluminum. It was installed on the roof of Willie Boy's Saloon sometime after 2012. This photo is from 2017. [map]

Prairie Bull
McCook, NE
Kearney, NE
This Prairie Bull bison sculpture was produced by Gary Ginther in 2000. It is installed in front of the Carnegie Library. The bronze sculpture is seven feet long. For more, see this website. [map]

This fiberglass Bison statue was created by Gary Ginther in 2002. It is 10 feet tall. The fiberglass statue was produced from a bronze sculpture by Ginther. Ted Turner, the media mogul, commissioned this statue after seeing a replica of Ginther's Prairie Bull sculpture in McCook. Turner owns the largest bison herd in the country. He had this statue installed outside his restaurant, Ted's Montana Grill, in Atlanta, GA. The statue was moved here in 2011, on loan, to the Great Platte River Road Archway. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Golden, CO
Grand Junction, WY
Lubbock, TX
This bronze Bison sculpture in Golden was installed in front of the Buffalo Rose Bar & Grill in 2005. Entitled "The Monarch", it was created by Buck McCain. [map]

This Bison sculpture in Grand Junction is entitled "Chrome on the Range II". It was built from car bumpers by Lou Wille and installed in 1989. For more, see this website. [map]

This bronze Bison sculpture in Lubbock is installed at Lubbock Lake National Historic Landmark. It was created by Lisa Perry in 1994. [map]

Lander, WY
This Buffalo sculpture in Lander is installed in front of the Indian Territory gift shop. It was presented to the City of Lander in 1996. [map]

White Buffalo
Snyder, TX
This bronze White Buffalo sculpture is installed in the town square. It was produced by Robert Taylor in 1994. The sculpture replaced a fiberglass buffalo statue which had been installed in 1967. For more, see this website. [map]

White Buffalo
Janesville, WI
This White Buffalo represents "Miracle" who was born on this ranch in 1994 and died in 2004. Native Americans believe the white buffalo to be sacred. This sculpture depicts the buffalo and the legend of the White Buffalo Calf Woman. It was created by Harry Whitehorse in 1996. The sculpture was damaged in a storm and restored in 2001. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, 3, and 4. [map]

Buffalo statues
Omaha, NE
These bronze Buffalo statues were created by Kent Ullberg and installed from around 2002-2006. [map]

Fargo, ND
Buffalo and Cow [gone]
Fond du Lac, WI
This Tigalo statue in Fargo is installed in front of the Red River Zoo. This painted hybrid of a tiger and a buffalo was created by Jack Lunde. These buffalo statues were installed around Fargo in 2006 as part of the "Herd About the Prairie" public art project. This photo is from 2011. For more, see this website. [map]

This Buffalo and Cow in Fond du Lac were previously in Peshtigo, WI. They were moved here to Fond du Lac around 2006. They were parked, still on their trailers, in a dead end street at a mobile home park. These photos are from 2007. They appear at on-line maps in 2012 but were gone in 2014.

Giant Deer, Buffalo & Moose
Wisconsin Dells, WI
These three fiberglass Giant Animals stand in a picnic area at the Wisconsin Deer Park. There are also a bear and a cow not shown here. They were all produced by FAST which is responsible for many fiberglass animals, people and things described throughout my website. [map]

More Buffalo & Bison Statues:
Longford, KS
Oakley, KS
Fergus Falls, MN
Bismarck, ND
Buffy the Buffalo (Monroe, OH)
Monarch of the Plains (Sioux Falls, SD)
Manitou the Bison (Earlton, ON)

More Mammals
(page 1)
More Mammals
(page 2)
More Mammals
(page 4)
More Mammals
(page 5)
Giant Animals Main Page