Where Buffalo Roam Poster

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This print depicts the Philmont Scout Ranch in northeastern New Mexico. The ranch was donated by native Iowan, Waite Phillips and now comprises over 140,000 acres.
Scouts from throughout the world come to Philmont to hike up the mountains and observe the wildlife including the buffalo in this painting.
The 21 buffalo represent the required merit badges necessary to become an Eagle Scout. The bald eagle flying in the distance is a symbol of this goal.
The large rock outcropping on the mountain horizon is called the "Tooth of Time", a famous landmark for the wagon trains traveling west on the Santa Fe Trail. The wagon tracks are still visible at Philmont Scout Ranch.
Prints are reproduced by Maynard Reece's 4'x6' oil painting which is hanging in the dining hall at the Philmont Training Center. This reproduction is 28"x21.5".