Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary

  • Non-Profit
  • Animal Related
  • Art & Artists
  • Education
  • Educational Programs
  • Recreation/Recreation Facilities
545 Beech Creek Road South
Brentwood, TN 37027
(615) 370-4672
(615) 370-4872 (fax)
Hours:
Admission is by on-line Day Pass purchase or program registration only.

About Us

Our Mission:

Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary is a non-profit organization located in northern Williamson County, Tennessee. We are dedicated to a mission of Environmental Education and Research; read more
  • About

    Our Mission:

    Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary is a non-profit organization located in northern Williamson County, Tennessee. We are dedicated to a mission of Environmental Education and Research; Restoration of native flora and fauna; Conservation and Protection of natural resources; Spreading an Appreciation and Enjoyment of nature.

    Our Vision:

    We envision a widespread community of environmental stewards of all ages inspired and informed through their experience at Owl's Hill, including:

    Educational programs recognized for excellence
    Conservation that employs best practices to restore native habitat and protect wildlife
    Appreciation of nature fostered through play, the arts and other activities
    Research partnerships with universities and other organizations

    What Can I Do At Owl's Hill?
    To protect and preserve the 160-acres of land we manage - and the wildlife that live here - access to Owl's Hill is by reservation only. But there are many opportunities to visit the sanctuary.

    • Attend a Public Program or After-Hours Event
    • Purchase a Day Pass and Hike the Trails
    • Book a Private Tour & Hiike
    • Plan a Birthday Party with Owl’s Hill
    • School Field Trips
    • Earn a Scout Badge at Owl’s Hill
    • Complete your Eagle Scout Project

    Be sure to check out the Events Calendar to find out more!

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  • Jobs

    Summer Camp Instructors
    Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
    Position Description Reports To: Director of Education Status: Temporary, non-exempt position Working Hours: 40 hrs/wk, M-F, generally 8 am – 4 pm Job Summary: Summer Camp Instructors ensure summer programming runs smoothly by assisting with the activities and overall operations. Our summer day camp program focuses on animals, conservation and the environment. Gain leadership skills, ...read more

    Contact

    Phone:(615) 370-4672
    Fax:(615) 370-4872