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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

Nov
27
Free
7:00 PM
The High Park Nature Centre would like to invite you to join us for our Annual General Meeting. This will be held on November 27th at 7pm. All members, donors and supporters are encouraged to attend - and if you'd like to learn more about what the Nature Centre has been up to over the past year then please join us!

Dec
1
By donation
1:30 PM
Learn about the plants and animals in High Park from the young naturalists of the High Park Rangers group! We will explore woodlands and black oak savannah habitats to learn fascinating facts and connect with the nature surrounding us. This event is great for all ages – bring the whole family! No pre-registration necessary, this is a drop-in event. Suggested donation of $2-$5 per person. Meet at: High Park Nature Centre located at 375 Colborne Lodge Dr. For more information, check out our Family Nature Walks page.

Dec
8
By Donation ($2 - $5 recommended)
7:30 PM
Get to know the night skies with astronomer Andrew Yee. We will be using our telescope to try to see the Orion nebula and get to know some of the other highlights of a December night sky.  All ages! By Donation ($2 - $5 recommended) We will be meeting at the Forest School (375 Colborne Lodge Drive) and walking over to the soccer fields near the High Park swimming pool for star gazing.  **If the skies are not clear or weather does not cooperate, we will reschedule to Sun. Dec. 9 at 7:30 pm** 

Dec
15
$2-5 recommended 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.
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