Glacier National Park: Bighorn Sheep By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2020
- Glacier National Park: Bighorn Sheep
Receiving almost three million visitors each year, Glacier National Park serves to entertain and educate visitors from all across the globe about the importance of preserving our natural world. The park is one of the great jewels of America, a place where families can enjoy the outdoors and learn about our public lands. Glacier National Park was first established in 1910, so Anderson Design Group crafted this fitting National Parks poster in the style of the early-1900s WPA-commissioned artwork that was used during that time period to promote visitation to the parks. This vintage poster depicts mountain goats (which are the official symbol for the park) walking in a valley of blossoming wildflowers, with impressive mountain peaks looming like silent sentinels in the background. Available as a poster, print, canvas, banner, notecard, postcard, or metal sign, this poster art would make an excellent souvenir, gift, centerpiece, or conversation starter. To learn more about conservation efforts taken to preserve and protect Glacier National Park, visit the website for the Glacier National Park Conservancy.