Katmai National Park By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2015
- Katmai National Park
Katmai National Park offers over 4 million acres of protected lands near the base of the Alaska Peninsula, just across from Kodiak Island. The park is most notable for its healthy population of brown bears, and the region acts as a nature preserve for that very reason. This means that all hunting is banned on the majority of the park’s lands. In this awe-inspiring illustration by Anderson Design Group, we see Brooks Falls, one of the most popular bear watching sites in all of Alaska. Here the regal brown bears fish for salmon, offering a sight like no other for onlookers. Remember a cherished journey to the park, or show your love for Alaska’s great wilderness with this hand-illustrated travel poster. And to learn more about Katmai and the need to protect these lands, visit the Katmai Conservancy.