Continuing the tradition of creating a limited edition conservation fundraising print in conjunction with the publication of new editions of the all-time record books, the Pope & Young Club introduces its 2005 Conservation Print. Commissioned by the Pope & Young Club, Alberta wildlife artist Desmond McCaffrey has created the Club’s 3rd Conservation Print.
The scene depicts a northwoods field edge with a bowhunter’s attention focused on a small buck – in fact, the hunter is drawing to shoot. Meanwhile, a super buck emerges from the woods, totally undetected by the hunter. Any veteran bowhunter will appreciate the subtle humor and relate to the experience.
“Slipping Up the Back Trail”, by Desmond McCaffrey, is available from the Pope & Young Club in a special limited edition of 950 prints. The image size is approximately 25 ½ by 19 inches, in an attractive and unique vertical format.
100% of the proceeds goes directly to the Club’s Conservation Program to support vital projects in area of wildlife research, wildlife management, youth education, pro-hunting efforts and partnerships.