Hummingbird Happy Hour was a magical evening held at Warner Park Nature Center, where guests enjoyed cocktails, light bites and music, as they observed the height of hummingbird migration season with dozens of the tiny birds zipping about overhead.
Each fall, the Ruby-throated Hummingbird flies south for the winter, passing through Warner Parks on its way to Mexico and Central America. 
During the Hummingbird Happy Hour, Ruby-throated Hummingbirds buzzed about, visiting feeders and flowers to gain weight before starting their tremendous journey south.
Hummingbird experts from the park’s BIRD Program were present to educate and raise awareness about the magnificent birds.
Ticket sales support the Warner Parks’ BIRD Program, a legacy of avian research that contributes to the long-term health and viability of bird populations, while fostering respect and stewardship for birds, their habitats, and nature.
Pancho and Lefty’s Cantina catered the party and everyone selected what they wanted from the nacho bar with chips, adobo chicken, seasoned ground beef, green chili queso, street corn, pico de gallo, house made crema, and jalapenas.
Friends of Warner Parks is a not-for-profit organization, and is tax exempt. It was formed to support the parks in anyway needed.
Warner Parks is a metropolitan park under the jurisdiction of Metro Parks and Recreation.
For more information, call 615.370.8053 or visit warnerparks.org.