Ospreys are the second most widely distributed raptor species, after the peregrine falcon, meaning you can find them across the whole world except for Antarctica. Of all the places I've observed them in, Florida (US) must be the most 'natural' looking one. I visited the greater Myakka river system in West Florida early 2020 and was blown away by the beautiful large wetland habitats that are reaching all the way towards the Everglades, and the abundance of wildlife it hosted.
The proceeds of this artwork will go to the Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast, a non-profit organisation that is completely devoted to natural land preservation on the Gulf Coast of Florida. It is highly efficient in channeling donations to programs that protect and connect coastal and wetland reserves that host many wildlife species like the osprey, the florida panther and the gopher tortoise.