Catalina Island, CA: Bison Conservancy By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2018


© 2020 Anderson Design Group, Inc. All rights reserved. It is a Federal Copyright offense to reproduce this image without permission.

Did you know that Catalina Island has its own bison herd? The same herd has lived on the island for almost a century. The ancestors of the current herd were first brought to the island in 1924 for a motion picture. Since then, the herd has lived on the island in peace, maintaining numbers of about 150 to 200 bison at any given time. Appreciative of the silent giants and their history, we created an original ADG illustration of one of the mighty creatures standing atop the grassy bluffs of Catalina. Order this vintage art piece as a complement to any room’s decor, or gift it to a friend. Posters from our American Travel series make for great gifts for travel enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. To learn more about the bison herd, check out the Catalina Island Conservancy.

Sign up for our newsletter and get 10% off your first order.

sign up