Sat, Mar 28 • COLONEL SAMUEL SMITH PARK – Birds
Sun, Mar 29 • LOWER DON VALLEY – Nature Walk
Thurs, Apr 2 at 10:00 am • WYCHWOOD PARK – Nature Walk
Leader: Doug Paton. Meet at the small park across from St Clair West subway station on south side of St Clair Ave W. Walk will end at Tollkeeper's Cottage, Davenport Rd and Bathurst St.
Sat, Apr 4 • COURTYARDS & PARKETTES OF DOWNTOWN TORONTO
Wed, Apr 8 • INSPIRED BY THE MASTERS: A SCAVENGER HUNT – Nature Arts
Thurs, Apr 9 • FOOL'S PARADISE
Sat, Apr 11 • CHINE DRIVE RAVINE – Birds & Plants
Thurs, Apr 16 • ST GEORGE STREET – Trees & Architecture
Sat, Apr 18 • GERMAN MILLS CREEK – Nature Walk
Sun, Apr 19 at 2:00 pm • ASHBRIDGE'S BAY: PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE – Lost Rivers
Leaders: John Wilson and Bob Kortright. Meet at the south end of Coxwell Ave at Lake Shore Blvd E. Get a leg up on Earth Week with a spring walk through Ashbridge's Bay Park to find what has become of the lost marsh that once dominated Toronto's eastern waterfront. We'll look for returning wildlife, particularly early signs of spring. We'll look at future plans for the bay and for urban water treatment nearby, and discuss their implications for our blue-green future. A joint outing with the Toronto Green Community.
Tues, Apr 21 at 10:00 am • ASHBRIDGES BAY – Nature & Birds
Leader: Doug Paton. Meet in front of the Beaches Library, south side of Queen St E (west of Lee Ave). Bring binoculars. Circular walk. Morning only.
Sat, Apr 25 at 10:00 am • TAYLOR MASSEY CREEK – Nature Walk
Leader: Margaret McRae. Meet outside Victoria Park subway station for a circle walk to look for signs of spring. Bring lunch if you wish.
Sun, Apr 26 at 1:00 pm • E.T. SETON PARK – Shoreline Cleanup
Leader: Lynn Miller. Meet at the south end of the circular parking lot in the park. If you need a ride down the hill, e-mail email@example.com and wait at the top of the hill at the park road near 75 Thorncliffe Park Dr. There will be a sign at the pickup point and a table at the parking lot.
Tues, Apr 28 • UPPER HUMBER RIVER CIRCUIT – Heritage Walk