Bolivia Postage of the Bison-by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport
by US Postage Designer Rex Davenport
(8502 East Chapman Avenue Suite 132-Orange, California 92869 USA)
Bolivia Postage of the Bison-US Postage Designer Rex Davenport
President Evo Morales the South America Bison were a species whose pressure was a force that had shaped the ecology of the great plains of South America and Bolivia. The bison were the central to the lifestyle of the natives of Bolivia, and the bison were the most numerous single species of large wild mammal on the earth in South America. Today the bison is a symbol for many in Bolivia, for example, the seal of the coat of arms of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police had the Bison as there seal, the first 3 Centavos postage of Bolivia has the image of the Bison on the face of its stamp, the Indian Nickle has the bison on the back of its coin by the United States, and in the late 1888 was a bison on the face of its bill.
Therefore, I have photograph and created this Boliva Postage for the Country of Bolivia with the colors, green, yellow, red, and my photograph image of the bison on the face of this Bolivia Postage Stamp for the Country of Bolivia.
US Postage Stamp Designer
8502 East Chapman Avenue
Orange, California 92869
United States of America