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This scientifically illustrated bandana is the perfect way to carry the essence of a place with you wherever you go. The flora and fauna that thrive along this 51-mile stretch of road through Glacier National Park inspired the design. This famous road straddles the continental divide, covering vast distances across the park. It passes by forests, cliff-sides, waterfalls, lakes, glaciers, meadows, and stunning views. Home to over 71 species of mammals, 276 species of birds, and 1,990 species of plants documented.

This bandana serves as your keepsake and field guide for the renowned natural wonder of Glacier National Park.

  • Hand-illustrated with location-specific flora and fauna
  • Hand screen printed with water-based ink
  • Made in the United States of America
  • 100% Cotton
  • 21" x 21"
  • Printed on a creamy natural bandana
  • Blue Copper Butterfly
  • Mountain Goat
  • Paddle-Tailed Darner Dragonfly
  • Lewis Flax
  • Larkspur
  • Forget Me Not
  • Mountain Bluebird
  • Self Heal (Prunella Vulgaris)
  • Huckleberry
  • Brittle Bladderfern
  • Blue Penstemon

Art and apparel with an adventure science flair. Photographed and illustrated by Montana artist Mandy Mohler. She is a Montana artist fond of organizing objects to create abstract "portraits" of people, places, and eras. Her unique art consists of carefully curated wilderness artifacts, adventure gear, botanicals, and other curiosities.

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