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12.000 x 16.000 x 1.500 inches
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Hoedown On The Tundra
Painting - Acrylic On Canvas Painting
Bears dancing on the Tundra. Tim Grams took a wonderful photo of "Dancing Bear". He had seen a bear headed up the road to somewhere. He was pretty sure where, so he went to that spot and waited. Sure enough, along came the bear, saw Tim, and stood up. During a moments hesitation, as the bear stared at Tim, with one foot slightly raised, Tim got a wonderful capture of the bear. With his bear as a model, and his idea for the title of my painting, I painted this painting of "Hoedown on the Tundra". Thank you, Tim
Living With Bears
One thing that makes Alaska so special is that all three species of North American bears flourish here. There is a chance that you may be lucky enough to see a bear. But even if you don't, you will never be far from one, because Alaska is bear country.
By learning about the lives of black bears, brown bears (including grizzly), or polar bears, you will enhance your enjoyment of these species. Whether you are learning about bears for the purpose of hunting, viewing, traveling safely, or deterring bears from your property, the more you know the better.
Living in Bear Country
Whether you live in a rural or urban area of Alaska you are living and/or camping in bear country. The privilege of living in a state with large predators comes with responsibilities. In order to maintain healthy bear populations and reduce conflicts with bears, certain precautions should be taken. Whether it is keeping the garbage at your home secure, or maintaining a clean campsite, your behavior often dictates the bear's behavior. Learn more about living and camping in bear country on these pages so that you, and the bears, can live safely together. The Fish and Game Commission.
March 26th, 2013
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