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  1. Evergreen - Light Sandstone Room Size Rug

    Evergreen - Light Sandstone Rugs

    a towering canopy of Douglas Fir dancing merrily overhead ~ the fragrant breath of Blue Spruce permeating the air ~ the long needles of the Eastern White Pine murmuring in the breeze ~ the soft, feathery foliage of the Canadian Hemlock draping rugged boughs and bearing myriads of miniature pine cones...

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  2. Valley Forest Room Size Rug

    Valley Forest Rugs

    One of the most elegant of nature's motifs is the pine cone.

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  3. Pine Mountain Room Size Rug

    Pine Mountain Rugs

    Since ancient times, the evergreen and the pine cone have symbolized life and renewal.

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  4. Deep Woods Room Size Rug

    Deep Woods Rugs

    Buffalo Check... as American as apple pie! Or perhaps not?
    This bold plaid pattern, rich in history, actually ties Scotland to America: in the 1800s, Scotsman Jock McCluskey settled in Montana and began trading his family clan's heavy woven tartan blankets to the Native Americans for buffalo pelts. Like many things that traversed the Atlantic, the tartan received a new moniker and became unmistakably American. Buffalo Check was born!

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  5. Patchwork Bear - Red Room Size Rug

    Patchwork Bear - Red Rugs

    Handsome (and obviously well-fed) bruins lumber by, perhaps searching for yet a few more berries! Perfect for your own den, these Patchwork Bear Rugs will create a cozy and inviting atmosphere as they celebrate the enduring grandeur and charm of one of America's most engaging species. A colorful woodlands motif - featuring oak leaves, acorns, and pine cones - creatively frames these attractive rugs.

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  6. Patchwork Bear - Green Room Size Rug

    Patchwork Bear - Green Rugs

    Handsome (and obviously well-fed) bruins lumber by, perhaps searching for yet a few more berries! Perfect for your own den, these Patchwork Bear Rugs will create a cozy and inviting atmosphere as they celebrate the enduring grandeur and charm of one of America's most engaging species. A colorful woodlands motif - featuring oak leaves, acorns, and pine cones - creatively frames these attractive rugs.

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  7. Patchwork Bear - Natural Room Size Rug

    Patchwork Bear - Natural Rugs

    Handsome (and obviously well-fed) bruins lumber by, perhaps searching for yet a few more berries! Perfect for your own den, these Patchwork Bear Rugs will create a cozy and inviting atmosphere as they celebrate the enduring grandeur and charm of one of America's most engaging species. A colorful woodlands motif - featuring oak leaves, acorns, and pine cones - creatively frames these attractive rugs.

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  8. Pine Cone Bears Room Size Rug

    Pine Cone Bears Rugs

    Producing large cones with exceptionally nutritious seeds, Whitebark Pines are an important source of food for many mammals, large and small, as well as numerous species of birds. Red Squirrels and Clark's Nutcrackers usually harvest the biggest portion of these pine nuts. Bears have two options for obtaining these highly sought-after pine seeds - climbing trees to harvest cones or raiding squirrel middens. Since Grizzly Bears are not adept climbers, they usually plunder the squirrels' caches – a profitable venture indeed, as both Grizzly and Black Bears rely heavily on these energy-rich seeds to increase their fat reserves before hibernation.

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  9. Twin Bears Room Size Rug

    Twin Bears Rugs

    While only one cub is usually born to first-time mothers, twins is the most common-size litter for Black Bears, though a litter of up to four cubs is not unheard of. Generally born in January or February, the blind cubs have little fur and weigh only about ¾ of a pound at birth. However, when the bears leave their dens in the spring, the young cubs are full of energy, inquisitive, and playful. They generally stay with their mother for about a year and a half before striking out on their own.

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  10. Pine Refuge (Green) Room Size Rug

    Pine Refuge (Green) Rugs

    Like so many great conservation ideas, the National Wildlife Refuge System began under President Theodore Roosevelt to protect and preserve our natural heritage. Over a hundred years in the making, the system has now grown to include more than 560 refuges nationwide that not only benefit wildlife and safeguard a healthy environment, but also welcome outdoor enthusiasts to discover the wonders and mysteries of nature.

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