Two Black Bears and two Ravens feature in this illustrative artwork by Skye. A very old Totem-Pole carved by the Haida people of the Northern BC & southern Alaska region, stands as an ancient reminder of the sacredness of living things. This is the “Sacred Trail of the Great Bear” a pristine area located near the great Khuzeymateen Valley of British Columbia. A beautiful image for wildlife lovers everywhere!

25% of royalties from every item sold featuring this image, is donated directly to Defenders of Wildlife at:


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  • WonderlandGlass
    WonderlandGlassover 2 years ago

    Greetings, my friend. I have been away from the bubble and nearly missed this… that would have been my loss. Your spirit of caring for the natural world is an inspiration for those who would look and see… and your spirit is an example we should all heed as the polar ice is melting and we continue to cave to the thoughtless exploitation of big oil and big business that continues to take without appreciation and without thought for the seven generations that will follow. Thank you for sharing your visions and spirit on this bubble. Peace;-}

  • owlspook
    owlspookover 2 years ago

    again to read out and touch the wild … well done, Skye! (big smile)

  • Dawnsky2
    Dawnsky2over 1 year ago


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