Our resident BIRD Program expert Laura Cook compiled some information and incredible facts about the Ruby-throated Hummingbird.
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News of a Pine Siskin recapture in Farwell, Michigan, 1.5 years after our Warner Parks BIRD team banded the bird in November 2020.
Reflections on Hermit Thrushes by Tennessee State University Scholar and Warner Parks Agricultural Intern, Azia Tanks.
In 2020, the BIRD Program received training and federal approval from the Bird Banding Laboratory to radio-tag five species of thrushes to help us better to understand if Warner Parks, close to an urban center and with intact forests, provides important habitat for birds.
You might have seen Eastern Bluebirds around Ridge Field in Edwin Warner Park… The Warner Park BIRD team operates approximately 50 bluebird boxes throughout the Warner Parks, with 3 within the ideal habitat that is Ridge Field in Edwin Warner Park.
First Foreign Detection: The Warner Park Nature Center Tracked Bird from Nashville to Costa Rica. Evidence indicates Nashville’s Warner Parks are an important habitat for migratory, wintering, and breeding birds.
On 03 November 2021, BIRD researchers captured and banded a young, male Northern Saw-whet Owl in Warner Parks.
The Warner Park Nature Center Tracked Bird from Nashville to Costa Rica Evidence indicates Nashville’s Warner Parks are an important habitat for migratory, wintering, and breeding birds The BIRD Research Program at the Warner Park Nature Center (WPNC) in Nashville...
Cutting-edge Research Featured on TN Wild Side For decades, Warner Parks has played a significant role in advancing our understanding of birds here in Tennessee. Warner Parks has the oldest, continuous Eastern Bluebird Nest Box project in the U.S, started in 1936 by...
Cross-continental Connections Late June is a great time to observe the Kentucky Warblers in Warner Parks, neotropical migrants that fly from Central America to North America each spring to breed and raise their young. Leave it to the B.I.R.D. crew to have documented...
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