Kobuk Valley National Park By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2015
- Kobuk Valley National Park
Kobuk Valley National Park in Alaska is famous for its herds of Western Arctic caribou. Every year, a herd of almost half a million caribou migrates across the park, crossing dunes, tundra, and even swimming the Kobuk River. Visitors gather to watch this migration as it is one of the most significant migrations of large land mammals in the world. Our artists at Anderson Design Group found great inspiration in that exodus, taking to the drawing board and creating this national parks poster art with nothing but imagination, pencils, brushes, a stylus, and a love for our national parks. You can order this vintage-styled art piece as a framed art print, canvas banner, metal sign, or framed postcard. And to learn more about the caribou and the importance of protecting their habitat, visit the Conservation Fund.