Under his Presidential leadership, a permanent headquarters for the National Buffalo Association was established Custer, SD in 1977.
After Dupree’s death, Philip purchased the herd from the Dupree estate and built the first-ever enclosed bison pasture.
In 1906, Philip appealed to the U.S. Congress to help save the bison.
Jones managed to get the attention of President Theodore Roosevelt and helped create the federal refuges that helped preserve the bison.
Jones served as the first game warden for Yellowstone Game Preserve.