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Postcard Of A Arctic Fox (Alopex Iagopus) North America Wildlife The Arctic Fox has a compact body with short legs and ears for easy adaption to the subzero temperature. Its dense fur and thickly haired foot pads insulate against the cold and provide traction on ice. It stores surplus food by clawing through the soil and deep-freezing it on the permafrost below. Photographer: Tom Brakefield This postcard has white borders Postcard size 5×7 Get your Here!


There have been many great Indian chiefs throughout history.  To become an Indian chief, you had to prove that you were strong, brave, and a great leader.

You have probably heard of many of the more famous Indian chiefs.  Cochise was the Indian chief of the Apache.  He was known as a fierce warrior and led a resistance against both the Mexicans and the white man in the 1800s.  The Apaches lived in what is now known as northern Mexico, New Mexico and Arizona.  Cochise was captured and escaped many times before his final capture. He refused to leave what he felt was his people’s land and eventually lived out his life on an Arizona reservation. Another famous Indian chief who was also an Apache was Geronimo.  Like Cochise, he also made many daring escapes when captured, but was never allowed to return to his home land.  He was contained at Fort Sill, Oklahoma as a prisoner.  Despite that, he became somewhat of a celebrity in his old age.  He appeared at the 1904 World’s Fair and other fairs, selling photographs and souvenirs before his death in 1909.

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Postcard of Brown Pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) North America Wildlife The brown pelican soars over the water is search of fish. Once the fish is spotted, the pelican plunges from heights of up to 30 feet to capture the fish in its expandable pouch. Though the pelican’s history dates back at least 30 million years, it was threatened with extinction in the 1970s because of DDT pollution in the fish it eats. The ban of DDT has improved the brown pelican’s chance of survival. Photographer- Birds as Art/Arthur Morris Postcard size 4 x 6  Get Your Here!.

Postcard of Canyon Country Wildlife Canyon Country Wildlife Includes a hardy group of creatures that endure extreme conditions in the high desert. Summer heat with little water and cold winters make it a tricky place to survive. But there is a rich and diverse family of creatures that succeed in this beautiful environment. They live in crakes and crevices hunting at night or twilight. You may not see them as they are shy and curious, leaving only a foot print in the wind-blown sand. Photographers- Erwin & Peggy Bauer, Richard Day, John P. George, George H. H. Huey, Jeff McDonald, Robert Winslow and The Image Finders Postcard size 4 x 6   Get Your Here!

ImagePostcard of San Juan Mountains Colorado Patches of snow cover Mount Gilpin and ridges of Mount Sneffels. Once one of the most mined mountains in the San Juan mountain range, Mount Sneffels is snow covered throughout most of the year. Photographer- David Muench Postcard size 4 x 6 Get your Here!

Postcard of UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Flag Face Exclusive Postcard you would find those anywhere else. The United States of America (also referred to as the United States, the U.S., the USA, or America) is a federal constitutional republic comprising fifty states and a federal district. The country is situated mostly in central North America, where its forty-eight contiguous states and Washington, D.C., the capital district, lie between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, bordered by Canada to the north and Mexico to the south. The state of Alaska is in the northwest of the continent, with Canada to the east and Russia to the west across the Bering Strait. The state of Hawaii is an archipelago in the mid-Pacific. The country also possesses several territories in the Caribbean and Pacific. Motto: In God We Trust (official) E Pluribus Unum (traditional) (Latin: Out of Many, One) National language: English (de facto) Capital: Washington, D.C Postcard size 4 x 6  Get Your Here!

Postcard of Oregon Coast and Lighthouse Oregon Coast Located twelve miles north of Florence on Oregon’s picturesque central coast, the Heceta Head Lighthouse was completed in 1894 after two years of construction. Made from local and imported materials, this lighthouse was built to withstand the harsh storms of this remarkable region. Photographer- F. Stuart Westmorland Postcard size 4 x 6  GET YOUR HERE!

Postcard of Orangutan (Pongo pygmaeux) Exotic Wildlife The orangutan is a tail-less primate with small ears and is solitary, rarely descending to the ground. The female and young form the only long-term bond. The males do not fight among each other and do not display any territorial behavior. It feeds on fruit, preferring figs, leaves, bark, shoots and flowers. Photographer- Barbara von Hoffmann Postcard size 4 x 6 GET YOUR HERE.

Postcard of Coyote (Cania latrans) North America Wildlife  The Coyote is known for its vocalizations, the most distinct at dusk, dawn or at night. The young are born in April or May in a crevice or underground burrow. If the den is disturbed, the female will move her pups to a new home. They are blind and defenseless at birth and will emerge from the den at 2-3 weeks. They become independent at 6-9 months. Photographer- Tom Stacks & Associates/ Robert Winslow Postcard size 4 x 6 Get your HERE.

Postcard of Asilomar Conference Ground Boardwalk Path Restoration of the sand dunes started 1984. A boardwalk meanders through the dunes leading you into quiet places at this refuge by the sea. Photographer- Mark Henderson Postcard size 4 x 6 Get your Here!