Yellowstone National Park officials said they're looking at relocating a bison that gored a man Monday.
NBC Montana captured footage of the same bison getting dangerously close to people on Tuesday.
The bull bison was grazing in a field across from a busy gas station and general store in Mammoth Hot Springs, when he suddenly took off- charging across the street in the direction of visitors.
Park spokesperson Dan Hottle said the bull usually hangs out in the Mammoth area, and is mostly docile around people.
But over the past few days, he said the bison keeps hanging around more than normal, and people keep getting too close to him.
Moving him away will protect the animal and park visitors, he said.
"At a minimum, we are going to try to get him out of the area, just keep him away from the more populated parts of Mammoth" Hottle said. "If he just refuses to leave, we might try to drive him back a mile or two away from Mammoth, and hopefully he'll stay on one of the grassy plains and not venture back in near the general store, and the things where he might pose a threat to visitors."
Hottle said they rarely kill animals that cause problems, and handle each situation on a case-by-case basis.