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Happiness in Hibernation
March 29, 2017 by Gar Concannon
Spring is officially here!  Recently I wrote about the dietary habits of wildlife in winter in High Park and hopefully you managed to find some time for some animal spotting in High Park since then. If not, rest assured as spring is upon us and...
Three Baby Animals You Might See in High Park This Spring
March 28, 2017 by Laura De Vuono
As April approaches, High Park is beginning to show some sure signs of spring. Although we are still due some uncertain weather before spring has fully sprung, this is a great time to explore the park and look for the first signs of the new season. O...
Winter Diet for the Animals of High Park
March 06, 2017 by Gar Concannon
The recent snow melt and increase in temperatures of late have transformed High Park into an early spring landscape for all to enjoy.  As you are walking through the park exploring the paths and trails, it’s hard to imagine that animals have sta...
Coniferous Tree ID: Scots Pine
February 27, 2017 by Laura De Vuono
Unlike deciduous trees whose defining characteristics make them easier to identify, many coniferous trees can look very similar. If you take a closer look at their bark, needles, and seeds, however, it’s clear that every pine, fir, and cedar has a pe...
Tiny but Mighty: The Red-Breasted Nuthatch
January 19, 2017 by Laura De Vuono
Top 5 Things to Do in High Park in Winter
December 25, 2016 by Theresa Ogurian
Despite appearances this January, winter is the coldest season of the year. It is the time of the year when the temperature drops and snow falls. It is the time when some animals hibernate and some birds migrate to warmer climates. With the warm jack...
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