Thurs, Apr 3 at 10:00 am • COLONEL SAMUEL SMITH PARK – Nature Walk
Leader: Kerry Adams. Meet at the bus shelter in front of Father Redmond Catholic School on Col Samuel Smith Park Dr south of Lake Shore Blvd W at Kipling Ave. Bring binoculars for bird watching if you have them . Morning only.
Sat, Apr 5 • HIGH PARK ZOO – DRAWING ANIMALS – Nature Arts
Wed, Apr 9 • TAYLOR MASSEY CREEK – Identifying Birds by Song
Sat, Apr 12 at 10:00 am • YELLOW CREEK & MUD CREEK – Nature & History
Leader: Ed Freeman. Meet at St Clair subway station, St Clair entrance. Walk will end at Davisville subway station. We will learn about past landscapes and people, plus whatever nature has to show us in mid-April. Bring lunch, curiosity and proper footwear for the day.
Sun, Apr 13 • CROTHERS WOODS, PART 2 – Tree Identification
Tues, Apr 15 • ASHBRIDGE'S BAY – Birds
Thurs, Apr 17 • HAPPY VALLEY FOREST – Frogs, Toads & Salamanders
Sat, Apr 19 at 10:00 am • ROUGE PARK – Nature Walk
Leader: Orval White. Meet outside the Rouge Valley Conservation Centre, (RVCC, aka Pearse House), 1749 Meadowvale Rd. We'll do a 2-hour loop walk looking for migrating birds, wetlands creatures and early spring wildflowers.
Sun, Apr 20 at 2:00 pm • CORKTOWN COMMON – Lost Rivers
Leader: John Wilson and Friends of Corktown Common. Meet at the corner of Queen St E and River St to tour the award-winning Corktown Common Park - its naturalization, accessibility, flood protection, public art, ongoing maintenance plans and nearby Pan Am Athletes' Village construction. The plantings and wetlands should be just "springing" to life. A joint outing with the Toronto Green Community.
Tues, Apr 22 • TORONTO ISLANDS – Birds
Sat, Apr 26 • GERMAN MILLS CREEK – Nature Walk
Sun, Apr 27 • TAYLOR CREEK PARK – Spring Ephemerals, Ferns & Wildflowers
Wed, Apr 30 • LAMBTON WOODS & JAMES GARDENS – Nature Walk