Scratchboard artwork of Alaskan Brown Bears kissing. This is a great sentimental gift or for those who love bears! We are offer framed or unframed artwork. Our 8×8 print is placed in a one inch Ribbed Copper Frame!
More on the Brown Bear and Cub.
I follow “We Love Bears” on social media. There are many photographers taking amazing photos of animals. This is the one that captured my heart.
As winter approaches the mother brown bear (a sow) will prepare her den. She will enter the den while pregnant and begin hibernation. While hibernating she will give birth to brown bear cubs between winter and early spring. In some warmer habitats, hibernation may not occur. Baby brown bears are usually born in pairs. They are born blind and without hair. The newborn cubs find their mother’s nipples and nurse with her until spring arrives. Mother and cubs then venture outside to explore their habitat and find food to eat. They will also learn survival skills. Baby brown bears eat and grow rapidly. They will copy their mother’s methods for locating and hunting for food. They spend the next two and a half years living with her. At that time the cubs are ready to live on their own so the mother can breed and reproduce again.
This beautiful scratchboard print is available as an 8×10 mounted paper print an 8×8 framed print in a 1″ Copper-Ribbed frame. Additional sizes available on request.