Reflections on Hermit Thrushes by Tennessee State University Scholar and Warner Parks Agricultural Intern, Azia Tanks.
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The Edwin Warner Park Land & River Restoration Project is the first step of a larger initiative to relocate active use areas away from the riverbank and protect riparian buffer zones in the Warner Parks
At the end of December, we added 8 additional acres along Highway 100 to the Warner Parks, bringing our total acreage from 3,187 to 3,195!
We did a roundup of our staff’s favorite hikes in the Warner Parks for anyone looking to get outside and explore a new trail this winter. We hope you feel inspired!
Inspired by the land and supported by our community, we are excited to share all that we have accomplished this past year on our mission to protect Warner Parks…
Friends of Warner Parks’ new book A History of Nashville’s Warner Parks takes readers through the history of this cherished park land from 500,000,000 years ago to the present.
2020 Derecho in Warner Parks One year ago, a sudden thunderstorm generated straight-line winds with tornadic force. This “derecho” brought down a massive oak tree in Warner Parks at the exact time that William Nolan and Cassie Rooke were passing by on the Mossy Ridge...
Bob became the second Warner Park Nature Center Director in 1977, instrumental in establishing the nonprofit status of Friends of Warner Parks and affectionately known as the Living Library.
New Signs & Maps + Historic Stonework Restoration Park users will notice quite a few updates to trails, maps, and stonework throughout Warner Parks. And there are still more to come! Already in the Works Metro Parks is in the process of creating and...
A Most Vibrant Season is Upon Us Our Sanctuary In the City was featured on a national scale in a recent article published by The New York Times. As the article suggests, Fall is in fact a most vibrant season in Nashville, and there is no better place to...
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