Pika Larder

Arapaho National Forest, CO

Working at lightning speed towards the end of summer bloom, an American pika hauls forbs - with a paintbrush flower, adding to a hay pile larder that will see pika through a harsh Rocky Mountain winter. Pika also use snowpack, the very snowpack we depend on for water supply - for insulation. Pika are threatened by the climate change "elevator effect" because they can go no higher in elevation as the world heats up.
Photo © copyright by Dave Showalter.

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The Duraplaq Standard substrate is a 3/8" HDF board that is 100% recycled, environmentally friendly and is pre-laminated on both sides and finished with a "box" frame. The finished picture has a clean look and the matte laminate greatly reduces glare, allowing you to see the image. Duraplaq mounted prints can be cleaned with your normal glass cleaning products and are extremely durable.

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