National Parks Wildlife: Bison By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2020
- National Parks Wildlife: Bison
Bison are symbolic of the American West, a looming figure that roams the prairies and grasslands of some of America’s most rural and secluded regions. There is one herd of bison that numbers as many as 4,900, and the herd happens to live in Yellowstone National Park! It is the largest herd that lives on public lands. Inspired by the majesty of this creature, Anderson Design Group hand-rendered a nostalgic travel poster of a herd of bison roaming the plains that they’ve called home for hundreds of years. Available as a poster, print, canvas, banner, notecard, postcard, or metal sign, this artwork is both reminiscent of National Park adventures and a great decor piece all in one. To learn more about the National Parks where visitors can see wild bison herds, check out the website for the National Park Service.