NatureWorks is a nonprofit organization that aids in the development and conservation of wildlife preserves, introduces wildlife into new habitats, and provides education opportunities for adults and children on the values of sharing our homeland with wildlife.
Conserving Oklahoma wildlife & habitats one project at a time.
With help from our volunteers and generous donors, NatureWorks has created wildlife monuments, funded projects which positively impact the Tulsa community and the conservation of Oklahoma wildlife.
Please join us in furthering the NatureWorks mission.
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.
NatureWorks hosts special events throughout the year to raise awareness of wildlife conservation in Northeast Oklahoma and provide individuals and groups a chance to get involved.
With help from our volunteers and generous donors, we have been able to fund many projects that have positively impacted the Tulsa community and the conservation of Oklahoma wildlife. Please join us in furthering the NatureWorks mission.
Each year, the nation’s top wildlife and western artists and sculptors come together for the NatureWorks Art Show and Sale. Art and nature lovers can browse and even purchase incredible artwork while contributing to the conservation of Oklahoma wildlife.
Student Art Competition
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.