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In this Kings Canyon illustration, we witness the towering granite mountains views of the Sierra Nevadas as seen from the lush Zumwalt Meadow valley floor. A curious red fox and mule deer take notice of our presence as they enjoy foraging and drinking the fresh water.
Kings Canyon National Park was originally established in 1890 as General Grant National Park in order to protect a small area of sequoias from logging. On March 4, 1940, more land was added to the park and it was renamed Kings Canyon National Park. At Kings Canyon National Park, you’ll find towering Giant Sequoias, a plethora of waterfalls, dramatic valleys, rugged mountains, and lush meadows. Its natural beauty rivals that of Yosemite National Park but without its crowds.
These unique and colorful prints bring the love and appreciation that you have for the outdoors inside your home or workplace. They’ll inspire you and remind you to go outside and connect with nature.