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Word of the Week: Peiskos
January 21, 2020 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Awesome Opossum
January 14, 2020 by Haya Aldoori
Nature has a way of reminding us of that you can walk past the same spot every day and see something different each time. This was made very clear during our Winter Holiday Camp. While one of the groups was on a winter hike near the northeast end of...
Word of the Week: Biochrome
January 14, 2020 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: Thallus
January 08, 2020 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: Whorl
January 01, 2020 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Stay in Touch with Nature with Winter Birding
December 30, 2019 by Bryce Klee
Wrriten in 2014 & updated for 2020 Whether you are a seasoned expert in spotting birds, a budding naturalist, or in the company of curious children – consider heading to High Park this winter in search of the great variety of birds that call Toronto...
Word of the Week: Passerine
December 25, 2019 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Top 5 Things to Do in High Park in Winter
December 18, 2019 by Theresa Ogurian
Wrriten in 2017 & updated for 2019-20 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...
Ringing in the New Year in High Park with Emma Rooney
December 18, 2019 by Haya Aldoori
Horticultural Therapist Emma Rooney talks about her upcoming workshop "New year Nature: An Outdoor Winter Retreat" and how to make nature your everyday companion in the new year...
Word of the Week: Latibule
December 13, 2019 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: Drupe
December 13, 2019 by Haya Aldoori
Welcome to Word of the Week! Stay tuned for a new word each Friday to amp up your nature vocabulary!...
Nature Book Club: November
December 11, 2019 by Kami Valkova
Welcome to Nature Book Club! Here we will share what our book club is reading each month!...
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