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Staff Spotlight: Julie Read
April 26, 2018 by Julie Read
Welcome to Staff Spotlight! Here we highlight the diverse stories of our valuable staff!...
Word of the Week: Snag
April 25, 2018 by Sammy Tangir
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Wednesday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Word of the Week: Poikilohydric
April 18, 2018 by Sammy Tangir
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Wednesday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Word of the Week: Fossorial
April 11, 2018 by Sammy Tangir
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Wednesday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Word of the Week: Midden
April 04, 2018 by Sammy Tangir
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Wednesday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Word of the Week: Coprophagy
March 28, 2018 by Sammy Tangir
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Wednesday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Word of the Week: Ephemeral
March 21, 2018 by Sammy Tangir
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Wednesday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Black-Crowned Night Heron Sighting
March 19, 2018 by Andrew Yee
Sunday, February 18 was unusually warm for mid-February: above 3°C for much of the afternoon, a mild temperature considering this is typically the coldest part of the year. I went to High Park for a long walk. As I passed the cluster of cherry trees ...
Word of the Week: Ootheca
March 14, 2018 by Sammy Tangir
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Wednesday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Word of the Week: Gait
March 07, 2018 by Sammy Tangir
We are bringing back the Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Wednesday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Partial Solar Eclipse Day at the High Park Nature Centre
September 01, 2017 by Andrew Yee, Astronomer
On August 21 a partial solar eclipse of various degree happened in North America, except the lucky places along a 110 km wide path that ran diagonally from northwest to southeast U.S. where a total eclipse was visible. The day was sunny in the Great...
Solar Eclipse 2017!
August 18, 2017 by Andrew Yee
On Monday August 21 all of Canada will experience a partial solar eclipse of various degrees as shown in the map below (full resolution of the map is available here). The further south a location, the greater extent of the partial eclipse. In G...
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