A white-tailed deer sits adorned in the flowers of its British Columbia habitat.
In his antlers you can find white strawberry flowers, a favourite food as well as saxifrage, a representation of the dry rocky areas deer frequent in early summer.
Scattered through his fur are chickweed flowers, clover decorates the lower back area and peeking from behind are lady ferns and fireweed. All of these are important food for the deer as well as for people. First Nations of the area collected and ate all of these plants.