Warner Park is a wildlife sanctuary. Beauty lies at every turn. Birds. Animals. Trees. Flowers. To open a photo gallery, click on any of the thumbnail photos.
WARNER PARK’S NATURAL HERITAGE: JEFF GALLIGAN
FAUNAMARCH 24, 2015 Jeff Galligan of Middleton sent us a great set of photos, and this note: I raised my two children De Andre and Dominique within a short distance …
FROM ONE SPOT – SPRING IN WARNER PARK BY DR. WANG DAJUN
Stand still, watch and listen as Warner Park comes alive in the spring. With a decent camera you may be able to get shots like these taken May 1, 2013 …
A NORTH STAR
Wild Warner received a North Star from the Northside Planning Council in November 2011. The honor goes to the park, where these photos were taken one frosty morning. To enlarge …
ROBERT GODFREY – SUBTLE SHADOWS IN WARNER PARK
Robert Godfrey is one of our contributing photographers. Check out this wonderful collection of photos.
MAYNARD AND HIS FLOCK
Maynard, the mascot of the Madison Mallards baseball team in Warner Park, helped lead a children’s nature walk through Warner Park on June 19, 2010. He let their parents come too.
NATURAL RHYTHMS – THEN BOOM!!
SCENESJULY 8, 2010 Warner Parks’s annual July 4 fireworks display, Rhythm and Booms, brings over 100,000 people to the park for a few hours of spectacular fireworks. Not everyone loves it, …
STEVE SALT – EYE ON WARNER
Contributing Photographer Steve Salt brings his artistic eye to Wild Warner Park. (www.stevesalt.us)
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