Thirty-one striking adaptations of authentic native art depict, among other subjects, a Mixtec circular design from an incised gourd rattle, figures from a Metepec candlestick, and images of jaguars taken from a Guerrero lacquered chest. Includes a list of plates that describes the origin of each design. Perforated pages are printed on one side only for easy removal and display. Approx. ... more info
The big sky country of Texas calls hikers of all kinds to its trails. With over 80 parks, 56 wildlife management areas, nine natural areas and 28 historic sites and parklands, Texas offers a plethora of hiking options to choose from. Regions covered include the Panhandle Plains, prairies and lakes, piney woods, Gulf Coast, South Texas Plains, Hill country, and Big Bend country . This ... more info
Buddy Bison is your national park travel companion. He was made to get kids outside to enjoy nature and the park system. Take him with you to the parks and don't forget your camera! Buddy has a carabiner so you can clip him onto your backpack and have him handy as you explore national parks, historical sites, and the great outdoors! The official mascot of the National Park Trust has ... more info
Everybody loves Big Bend bears! This keychain is a replica of the NEW bear crossing signs high on the Basin Road near the Lost Mine trailhead. If you’re a long-time Big Bend fan, dig out your old photos and see if you can figure out why the signs were changed in 2018. And if there are any speed demons in your circle of Big Bend friends, this is a great little reminder that speed ... more info
Remember that feeling when you spot the Big Bend entrance sign at Persimmon Gap or Maverick Station? Now you can feel it every day with your own replica magnet! Made in USA of lightweight wood Approx. 1.6" x 3.6"
Remember that feeling when you spot the Big Bend entrance sign at Persimmon Gap or Maverick Road? Now you can feel it every day with your own replica key chain! Made in USA of lightweight wood Approx. 1”x 2.25”, plus 1” metal key ring
In the Chisos Mountains of Big Bend National Park stands Emory Peak at 7,832 feet, which is marked with a U.S. Geological Survey Bench Mark. A bench mark is a point whose position is known to a high degree of accuracy and is normally marked in some way, often with a metal disk made for this purpose. This solid metal key chain is a roughly 1/3 size replica of the bench mark at the highest point in ... more info
Carry your own replica of the famous “Bear and Mountain Lion Country” sign that greets you on the lower Basin Road! This lightweight wooden keychain will remind you of your Big Bend adventures wherever you go. Made in USA 1.07” x 1.75” with standard 1” metal key ring