The Urban Nature Program provides outdoor and environmental education experiences for Nashville’s urban youth. Here are some summer 2023 highlights!
Warner Parks BIRD Program Coordinator Laura Cook reflects on the wonders and importance of fall migration season.
Check out this map of the top birding hotspots in Nashville and the greater Davidson County area, curated by local expert Graham Gerdeman.
Check out the Warner Park Nature Center Summer Report, highlighting summer camps, programs, volunteers, special events, and more!
Local scouts have made a huge impact on resource management in Warner Parks. Here are a few of their latest projects!
Friends of Warner Parks has been working to restore the floodway along the Little Harpeth River in Edwin Warner Park by rebuilding shelters.
The City of Nashville has been designated the First Urban Bird Treaty City in the state of Tennessee thanks to local collaborative efforts.
A letter written by Lyn Rutherford reflecting on the impact the Warner Park Nature Center has made on her life.
The Cane Connector trail in Percy and Edwin Warner Park is temporarily closed for bridge repairs as part of our Trail Restoration Project.
Learn about the conservation and maintenance projects completed by the Warner Parks S.W.E.A.T. Crew this season!