2020 Summer Happenings
The Nature Center is proud to advertise Summer 2020 positions! Please see announcements below, and call or email us with questions.
Naturalist Camp for School-aged Children
Spend summer exploring nature at Warner Park Nature Center’s Naturalist Camp!
Summer Naturalist Camp Flyer
Naturalist Camp Details
- Registration opens January 2, 2020
- Camp sessions will run Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-noon
- Cost is $125 per week of camp for Davidson County residents; $150 per week for non-residents
- Campers must meet the age requirements listed to be enrolled in camp
Explorers Naturalist Camp
June 22-26, 2020
Search for tadpoles, turn over a rotting log, hunt for salamanders in the creek and track pollinators in the garden. Experience the natural world through hands-on activities, close encounters with live animals, stories, nature hikes and outdoor play. Every morning will be spent outdoors in nature exploring what fascinates you.
Insect Naturalist Camp
July 13-17, 2020
Butterflies, dragonflies, praying mantises, beetles... just how many insects can we discover throughout Warner Parks? Investigate the forests, fields, creeks and ponds through a naturalist’s lens. Expect to be surprised, to be awed, to be baffled by what we find -- but most of all, expect the unexpected as we use all the tools of a naturalist to explore the world of insects.
Adult Programs This Spring
It's time to Find Your Inner Naturalist!
Our Adult Learning Series continues in the cold months. Registration is required for these adult programs, and space is limited.
Enjoy Spring Wildflowers with Us,
Wildflower brochures are available online, and printed copies are at the Nature Center trailhead. Watch our Facebook page for wildflower updates. Hike the north-facing slope of the Mossy Ridge trail in Percy Warner Park as well as the north-facing slope of the Old Roadway in Edwin Warner Park to see the beauty of spring!