City Nature Challenge
This international event begins on April 30 and runs through May 3. Participants photograph flowers, trees, animals, mushrooms and other living things, upload the photos to the iNaturalist app, and the app identifies the subject, contributing to a city-wide challenge to document the most living things!
More information about Nashville City Nature Challenge 2021
Nature Center 2020 Annual Report
What a year! And through it all, Warner Park continued to offer programming-both virtually and in-person-to thousands. Open our Annual Report to celebrate our accomplishments!
Warner Park Nature Center 2020 Annual Report
Carolina bluebells are blooming, the purple martins have returned and fresh green leaves on Warner Park trees indicate that spring has sprung. Discover all the the Nature Center has to offer in our spring schedule below.
View March, April and May Nature Center programs
Make sure to save your confirmation email, which will contain the Zoom webinar link, the meeting number and password. Adult programs will be offered monthly on Tuesdays at 6 p.m., and family programs will be offered on Saturdays at 10 a.m.
Please read and follow our COVID-19 information provided in your confirmation email.
We look forward to seeing you soon, and stay safe and healthy.
Follow the Nature Center Blog, Nuthatch Notes
Read our blog this week to get into the Spring Frenzy!
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