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Celebrate Spring on Your Desktop with Our Newest Epcot-Inspired Wallpaper

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

It’s springtime, and Humphrey the Bear and Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore have left Brownstone National Park to enjoy the season at the Canada Pavilion at Epcot in our newest desktop/smartphone wallpaper. Look closely – there’s a hidden Mickey to be found.

The wallpaper, created by Disney artist Jason “Tiki” Tackett, shows the pavilion’s Victoria Gardens, modeled after the famous Butchart Gardens near Victoria, British Columbia. Ranger Woodlore is doing some bird watching while Humphrey “dives” right into fishing season with his unique method for catching a big fish.

If you enjoy this wallpaper, there are more to discover on our page of Disney Parks Blog wallpapers.

Be sure to check out the terms of use about using the wallpaper before you download it.


  • Hidden Mickey is the water around Humphrey and the fish, with the right ear being ‘hidden’ behind Humphrey.
    The rocks on the wall don’t seem to have the correct proportion.

  • Woo Hoo! I LOVE this one! Especially since I just made a reservation for lunch at Le Cellier for my hubby and I next month!

  • One of my all time favorites. I’m often heard making Humphrey noises from time to time, especially when I can’t find something.

  • I believe the Hidden Mickey is in the rock wall on the right…

    • You got it. Great eye, Dustin.

  • Definitely my new favorite of the DPB wallpapers! Thanks and kudos to the artist! Bump, Bump!

  • Thank you so much for this wallpaper. Humphrey is my favorite Disney character, but so few people have ever heard of him. I’m glad to see that he’s making a bit of a come-back.

  • Love it!!!

  • Excellent! Adding it to my wallpaper cycle now to go with my other ones from ‘Tiki’.

  • I love these wallpapers!!! It makes my work day more enjoyable.

  • These are great, but I’ve noticed that a lot of the links lead to the wrong wallpapers—I can’t access the holiday one at all, for instance (it just goes to one of the new Fantasyland WPs). Otherwise, keep these coming!

    • Thanks, Jeff. The links have been fixed.

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