A place to access images and documents for media related purposes
The National Museum of Wildlife Art, founded in 1987, is a world-class art museum holding more than 5,000
artworks representing wild animals from around the world.
"Wapiti Trail" greets Museum visitors off Highway 89.
Outdoor terrace with beautiful views of the National Elk Refuge.
"Buffalo Mountain" and "Little Buffalo Mountain" along the outdoor Sculpture Trail.
At the Museum, 8,000 youth per year experience engaging educational programming.
Robert Bateman (Canadian, b. 1930), "Chief," 1997. Acrylic on Canvas. 71 x 98 inches. Gift of Birgit & Robert Bateman, National Museum of Wildlife Art. © Robert Bateman.
A visitor enjoys temporary exhibition "In Dubious Battle" by Shelley Reed.
Monthly Mix'd Media event, a social, creative evening alongside art.