Glacier National Park: Bear By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2012
- Glacier National Park: Bear
The National Parks inspire a range of emotions and good feelings. Spending time at the parks brings out an appreciation of nature, a nostalgia for the “good old days” when these parks were first created, and a sense of pride for the great lands of America. The one-million-acre Glacier National Park rests along the northern boundary of Montana, befitting the name “The Crown of the Continent.” The park is a sanctuary of North American wildlife, a rolling expanse of valleys, mountains, rivers, lakes, and plains. Anderson Design Group captured that majesty in this early-1900s vintage art print. Own your own “old” National Park poster as a reminder of our special lands and of our forefathers who saw it important to protect them. To learn more about Glacier National Park, visit the Glacier National Park Conservancy.