Denali is home to 39 documented species of mammals. "The Big Five" are the most common in the park.
Three species shown on this beautifully detailed keepsake are the Dall Sheep, Caribou and Wolves.
Real world cliff hangers, Dall sheep inhabit some of Alaska’s most rugged alpine areas. They thrive on the wind-swept exposed cliffs and peaks of mountains in central and northern Alaska.
Caribou typify “the spirit of the north.” The beauty of these animals and the vast landscape they occupy are a compelling part of the mystique of Alaska. Caribou are found in alpine, tundra and forested areas.
Denali National Park is recognized as one of the best places in the world for people to see wolves in the wild. More than anywhere else in Alaska, wolves in the eastern region of Denali National Park provide significant wolf viewing opportunities as visitors travel along the Park Road.
Look closely, and you'll find Casper, our black cat mascot, peeking through the wildflowers keeping a close eye on these majestic animals. He wouldn't want to become a snack!
Handcrafted by our small workshop crew in Wooster, Ohio, this scene is from 3/4" thick wood with colorful details on the front and a little description on the back.