Alaska: Brown Bears By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2016
- Alaska: Brown Bears
Few get a chance to see a brown bear in the wild. But the rugged wilderness setting of the Alaska Peninsula offers the best location to do so. Brown bears are the second largest bear species in the world. These magnificent creatures have developed a complex social network and are able to gather in large, peaceful groups near rivers and streams in the spring months to feast on salmon. For bear lovers everywhere, Anderson Design Group hand-created a romantic American Travel art print of a mother brown bear and her two cubs, traveling to the coastal region in search of salmon. For more information on the brown bear, visit the website of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.