The Art of Charlie Clark
SALMON BEARS AND TREE'S
One single bear feeding in a salmon stream drag approximately 700 partially consumed salmon carcasses to the forest – the remains of which go as far as 200 meters inland from stream banks. These carcasses are left in valley bottoms where trees are the largest. Coincidence? No. These carcasses feed the trees. Along with the scat from bears and other scavengers. Large tree growth rings directly correspond with large salmon runs. These large trees lining streams provide shelter and rich habitat for fish, bears, and many other forms of life.
Man did not weave the web of life; he is merely a strand in it. Whatever he does to the web, he does to himself.
This 9x12 inch original charcoal drawing has been sprayed with archival UV varnish protecting against dust and fading and is guaranteed color fast for life.
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