When a mother black bear leads her cubs away from her den, her usual destination is a big tree where the cubs can take refuge from danger. That tree is typically a pine around 2 feet in diameter. A mother may pass by many other trees to reach a big pine where she will rake a bed at the base for herself and the cubs. Mothers leave their cubs at these “baby-sitter” trees and forage nearby, occasionally up to two miles away. The cubs sleep hidden in the tree or play around the base, ready to climb at any hint of danger. If disturbed, they may remain quiet up the tree or yell in distress, bringing mothers running, grunting with concern.
The presence of this badge signifies that this business has officially registered with the Art Storefronts Organization and has an established track record of selling art.
It also means that buyers can trust that they are buying from a legitimate business. Art sellers that conduct fraudulent activity or that receive numerous complaints from buyers will have this badge revoked. If you would like to file a complaint about this seller, please do so here.
Verified Secure Website with Safe Checkout
This website provides a secure checkout with SSL encryption.