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Winter Clubs Registration
Registration for our Winter 2019 Nature Clubs is now open!
Urban Naturalists
Looking to spend more time in nature this winter? Join our adult nature club! Registration is now open!
Winter Adult Workshops
From nature journaling and tree ID to winter bird photography, there is something for everyone!
Family Nature Walks
Guided walks coming up this fall, every other Saturday at 1:30 - 3 PM. Click here for the full calendar of walks!


Upcoming Events

Dec
15
By Donation
8:00 AM
Round up your birding pals and help us count the birds! We will be hiking the trails of High Park to find the resident birds who are toughing it out this winter. The data we collect will be submitted through eBird to the Winter Bird Count for Kids program and will help bird conservation efforts and contribute to Citizen Science. Winter Bird Count for Kids is a "Donate What You Can" at the door (recommended $2 - $5 / person) and an all ages family event. Pre-registration is recommended. In co-operation with Bird Studies Canada and Toronto Ornithological Club.

Dec
15
$10
10:00 AM
Help decorate an evergreen tree in High Park with handmade pine cone bird feeders and edible garlands for the birds. Hike through the woods and discover how birds like cardinals, nuthatches and woodpeckers survive the winter.

Dec
15
$10
1:00 PM
Help decorate an evergreen tree in High Park with handmade pine cone bird feeders and edible garlands for the birds. Hike through the woods and discover how birds like cardinals, nuthatches and woodpeckers survive the winter.

Dec
16
$10
10:00 AM
Help decorate an evergreen tree in High Park with handmade pine cone bird feeders and edible garlands for the birds. Hike through the woods and discover how birds like cardinals, nuthatches and woodpeckers survive the winter.



Dec
16
$10
1:00 PM
Help decorate an evergreen tree in High Park with handmade pine cone bird feeders and edible garlands for the birds. Hike through the woods and discover how birds like cardinals, nuthatches and woodpeckers survive the winter.

Jan
12
By donation
1:30 PM
Come explore High Park’s “Sleeping Skeletons” such as our majestic Oaks, hardy Maples and whimsical Willows. Learn how to ID trees during their winter dormancy by studying their buds, twigs and bark This event is great for all ages – bring the whole family! For more information, check out our Family Nature Walks page. Accessibility: All walks are moderate length and terrain.  We regret that trails are not wheelchair or stroller accessible.

Jan
26
Suggested donation of $2-$5 per person.
1:30 PM
Come explore the amazing adaptations the animals in High Park have that help them survive during our harsh Canadian winters. This event is great for all ages – bring the whole family! For more information, check out our Family Nature Walks page. Accessibility: All walks are moderate length and terrain.  We regret that trails are not wheelchair or stroller accessible. RSVP Please RSVP here to let us know you'll be joining us for this event.

Feb
9
Suggested donation of $2-$5 per person.
1:30 PM
See for yourself the amazing relationships between organisms in High Park. Learn about blue jays and trees working together to survive, bacteria that barter with flowers, and cool lichen comrades. But beware - some friendships aren't so friendly after all!  This event is great for all ages – bring the whole family! For more information, check out our Family Nature Walks page. Accessibility: All walks are moderate length and terrain.  We regret that trails are not wheelchair or stroller accessible.
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