Conserving Oklahoma wildlife & habitats

one project at a time.

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Top sculptors, painters
& woodcarvers

appreciating wildlife through
works of art.

Art Show

Attracting tourists
& locals alike

lifelike monuments honor
dedicated volunteers.


Cherishing wildlife
and sharing its value.

NatureWorks assists in the development and conservation of wildlife preserves, introducing wildlife into new habitats, and providing education opportunities for adults and children on the values of sharing our homeland with wildlife.

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Art Show & Sale

Art Show & Sale

NatureWorks would like to thank everyone who attended this year's Art Show & Sale at the Tulsa Renaissance, February 24-25. Your attendance, especially if you made a purchase, will help support Oklahoma wildlife conservation.


NatureWorks’ life-sized, bronze wildlife monuments can be seen all over Tulsa and its surrounding areas.

Since 1994, one of these monuments has been donated to the city to honor an individual or group who has actively promoted wildlife conservation by contributing significant time and resources to NatureWorks and its mission.

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Student Art


Challenging students to think deeper

NatureWorks calls on Oklahoma high school students to explore a current conservation topic and creatively communicate it with an advertisement, photo essay, movie, or piece of fine art. Winners of the student art competition will receive up to $20,000 in scholarships and have their project displayed at the annual NatureWorks Art Show and Sale.

Entry Information

NatureWorks wants to thank all of the talented students who entered this year’s student art competition. Be sure to stay tuned for information about the 2018 competition!

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Nature Works Past Featured Artists

By NatureWorks
January 9 at 10:24am


Habitat Work at the Harold Stuart Waterfowl Refuge Unit

By NatureWorks
September 30 at 4:44pm


Oklahoma Paddlefish Research

By NatureWorks
September 30 at 4:44pm