Kings Canyon National Park: Bears By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2018
- Kings Canyon National Park: Bears
Kings Canyon National Park offers nature unbridled, a diverse land of mountains, canyons, valleys, lakes, streams, and towering forests of sequoia trees. Black bears roam free through this 460,000 acre park, so be sure to store your food properly when you visit! Though the park receives about 700,000 visitors annually, the wildlife in Kings Canyon does not seem to mind. Visitors often witness bears, deer, marmots, pikas, squirrels, and even the occasional fox or coyote. Our creatives at Anderson Design Group brought imagination and fond memories of the park to life with this national parks illustration, a travel poster designed after the WPA-commissioned artwork of the early-20th century. To learn more about this beautiful park and our need to protect its inhabitants, click on over to the Sequoia Parks Conservancy.