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Parks and Recreation

Bird Education and Programs at Warner Park Nature Center

a hawk in flight with wings spread wide

From bird hikes to banding sessions, bird programs are offered year-round for all ages and interest levels. Watch our public schedule for owl prowls at night and early morning bird hikes. We experience spring and fall migration through binoculars on the trail and eBird inventories.

The BIRD team, in cooperation with Warner Park staff and volunteers, is planning a great 2019 calendar full of special events and public programs.

Educational Programs

The BIRD team offers programs that highlight the diversity of habitat and therefore birds found in Warner Park, the Burch Reserve and the Hill Forest. Check out the WPNC 2019 Winter Schedule for a full list of programs.

Coffee B.E.A.N.S. every Saturday in Winter

Warm up in the Learning Center with a cup of joe between 9:30 and 11 a.m. Our coffee is fairtrade, organic and bird-friendly.

Support our neo-tropical migrant birds and other wildlife by purchasing our coffee. For more information about bird-friendly coffee, check out Birds and Beans.

Great American Background Bird Count

Count birds at the Nature Center feeders and in your backyard February 15-19. Arrive at 10 a.m. to watch for resident Carolina chickadees, Northern cardinals and woodpeckers as well as migrant white-throated sparrows and yellow-rumped warblers from the comfort of an inside bench. For more information check out http://gbbc.birdcount.org/.

Research Projects

Winter (January and February) banding sessions will be announced via the Nature Center Facebook page.