Joining the Toronto Field Naturalists provides you with an opportunity to meet people who share your same interests. Other benefits are listed on this page.
Once a month (September - May) members meet on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Emmanuel College, 75 Queen's Park Crescent East, Toronto, for illustrated talks by noted experts
on a wide variety of natural history topics.
Each month, a nature arts outing gives members the opportunity to photograph, sketch, paint, or write and to share their work.
Autumn River by Joanne Doucette
Every week, there are guided nature walks
(over 100 a year), all within the many parks and ravines of Toronto, and accessible by TTC. Our volunteer leaders enjoy sharing their knowledge.
Nature walks focus on birds, trees, wildflowers or insects. Natural heritage walks explore local history, landforms, lost rivers and geology.
Children are welcome but no pets please.
Members receive eight issues each year of the newsletter Toronto Field Naturalist; a magazine providing detailed information about upcoming walks and talks, articles on nature in Toronto, nature artwork from our members and reports on current environmental issues.