Many of the most interesting animals live in forest environments. Charismatic animals like Giant Pandas and Tigers live in the dense forests of eastern Asia. The misty, tall temperate zone rainforests of the Pacific Northwest are home to bears, deer, and (according to some people) Sasquatch. Hike in a tropical rainforest and you might see monkeys, exotic birds, and other jungle wildlife. No matter which forest you visit, you are bound to see an animal or two, and many of those forest animals look wonderful as animal garden sculptures.
In the backyard, statues of forest wildlife can make a wild, dramatic statement, and pay homage to the photogenic animals that live in national parks, national forests, and other wilderness areas. They remind us that majestic, wild creatures still exist in a modernized, industrial world, and encourage us to head into the wilds to see them. The Catch of the Day Grand Bear Sculpture surprises garden guests with its fine details and realism. Just like the real bears in Alaska, this brawny bruin loves to catch salmon from a pristine stream.
A touch of mystery can be added to this wild scene in the form of Bigfoot, the Bashful Yeti Tree Sculpture. Both of these wild sculptures also look great when shown with the Big Rack Buck Deer Statue and the beautiful "American Mountain Cougar" Statue.
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