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Support bird conservation with a $10 “Chirp” for the Birds!

Warner Parks provide a variety of habitats for birds – from streams, springs and the Little Harpeth River, to the fields surrounding the many acres of forested woodlands and up to ridgetops and the big trees of the Hill Forest.

Almost 200 bird species have been seen and heard in Warner Parks.  Some, like the white-breasted nuthatch, are year-round residents while others fly here from Central or South America to nest in the summer.  Northern nesting birds fly in from Canada or northern US to spend the winter here and others just migrate through and depend on the Parks for food and shelter during the journey.

The story of bird research, education and conservation is almost as old as the Parks themselves.  For nearly 90 years, projects conducted by dedicated volunteers and staff have contributed to ornithological records, inspired visitors, helped connect people of all ages to nature.

You can help birds and bird conservation efforts by “chirping” and contributing to the BIRD (Bird Information, Research and Data) Program at Warner Park Nature Center.  This donation will help provide bird education programs year-round for thousands of park visitors and will help support 14 different bird research projects.
Visit the BIRD Website to learn about our programs and projects and how to get involved.

Support bird conservation in Warner Parks – give a “chirp” for the Birds!

Donate in honor of a friend or family member’s birthday, anniversary, other special occasion, or just for yourself, knowing your donation supports Warner Parks’ BIRD programs and projects, fulfilling the mission of Park protection, education, and sharing enthusiasm for the natural world.

Or if you prefer, mail your check payable to Friends of Warner Parks marked “Give a CHIRP” to:

BIRD Program, Warner Park Nature Center
Friends of Warner Parks
50 Vaughn Road, Nashville, TN 37221

CHIRP for the Birds