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Word of the Week: Gait
January 15, 2021 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Word of the Week: Mycobiont
January 08, 2021 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Word of the Week: Monomorphic
January 01, 2021 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
New Year Nature
December 30, 2020 by Haya Aldoori
In the start of a new year, we become filled with an extra special kind of hope and excitement for all the new things that the coming year will bring. At the High Park Nature Centre, we see this time as a great opportunity for us to reflect and set (...
Word of the Week: Umbo
December 25, 2020 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Leafy Scrapbooking
December 20, 2020 by Devon L, Erik K & Luca P
Hi, we’re the High Park Rangers and today we have some fun scrapbooking activities you can do if you are stuck inside! The first activity is leaf pressing. Step one: get a blank book or journal. Step two: go outside and find a leaf that you like....
Nature Art
December 20, 2020 by Annie B. & Charlie T.
One thing that we love to do in nature is make nature art! There are many different ways and types of art in nature, this is one of many. First you will need to collect some items, really anything you will find on the ground will do! Next you will ne...
Importance of Staying on Trails
December 20, 2020 by Nyla, Oliver & Tommy
Have you ever wondered why there are paths in parks? If you have, you are right to wonder. You should stay on these trails because of these reasons: to prevent erosion in nature; to prevent the trampling of wildlife; and to prevent you from finding y...
Sky Watching
December 19, 2020 by Tobias,Pascal,Will&Will
Times are tough. Things we used to go about doing without much thought are now impossible. All of a sudden, everything stopped, the world stopped rotating. Everything from sports games to local cooking classes just seemingly ceased to exist. There ar...
Word of the Week: Bacciferous
December 18, 2020 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Nature Meditation
December 17, 2020 by Max & Bjorn
Today we are going to discuss how to do a nature meditation. First, sit comfortably with your legs crossed, close your eyes, listen to the sounds of whatever is going on, and try to identify what they are. Is it a tree swinging in the wind? A squirre...
Sound Exploration
December 15, 2020 by Lily O. & Zaira S.
Have you ever wondered what sound is? How you can hear the things around you? Well today we’re going to tell you how sound works, and some interesting activities you can do with this amazing sense. Sound 101 First of all, what is sound?...
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