Wed, Feb 25 • MORNINGSIDE PARK – Nature Walk
Sat, Feb 28 • ASHBRIDGES BAY – Birds
Wed, Mar 4 at 10:00 am • COLONEL SAMUEL SMITH PARK – Birds & Plants
Leader: Miles Hearn. Meet at the southwest corner of Kipling Ave and Lake Shore Blvd W for a circular walk. Morning only.
Sat, Mar 7 • S WALTER STEWART LIBRARY – Nature Arts
Wed, Mar 11 • ASHBRIDGE'S BAY – Birds
Sat, Mar 14 at 1:00 pm • DISCOVER A MARSH IN WINTER – Nature Walk
Leader: Joanne Doucette. Meet outside the Rouge Hill GO Station. This walk is for beginners (and others) to explore the Rouge Marshes, the best remaining coastal wetlands in Toronto. Learn about ducks, geese and swans. The Waterfront Trail has been rebuilt and we will follow it from the GO station to the marshes and back (3 km circular walk). Family friendly. Bring your binoculars. See www.rougepark.com/explore/interest/rouge_beachphp for a map of the Rouge Marshes.
Sun, Mar 15 at 2:00 pm • UNEARTHING GARRISON CREEK: CREATING A BLUE-GREEN CITY – Lost Rivers
Leaders: Helen Mills and friends. Meet at the northwest corner of College St and Crawford St. This walk looks at the whys and wherefores of burying Garrison Creek 130 years ago, and at the ways and means used by today's champions of water in the city, who are bringing Garrison Creek back to life. We will visit Community Canoe Gardens, rain gardens and green laneways, all designed to keep our city waters clean and blue, and our city landscapes green and vibrant – the "Blue-Green" city. We will hear from the advocates of the Homegrown National Park, who are bringing the Blue-Green city to life. A joint outing with Toronto Green Community.
Thurs, Mar 19 • TORONTO ISLANDS – Birds
Sat, Mar 21 • LESLIE STREET SPIT – Birds & Trees
Tues, Mar 24 • ASHBRIDGE'S CREEK – Early Spring Ramble
Sat, Mar 28 • COLONEL SAMUEL SMITH PARK – Birds
Sun, Mar 29 • LOWER DON VALLEY – Nature Walk