Greg Corman is a Tucson sculptor and landscape artist who specializes in creating sculptures as habitats for wild animals. He started with habitats for wild bees and branched out to birds, snakes and other feral creatures. His works can be found at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Tohono Chul Park, and a number of arboretums in Northern Arizona.
Apart from creating comfortable places for native species to rest and breed, his goal is to make people, especially children, more aware of them by presenting them in a visually attractive way.
Moreover, he encourages people to follow his example and create their own habitart in their back yards from scrap and other discarded materials.