Sat, May 9 • EAST DON PARKLANDS – Spring Wildflower Forest Walk
Sun, May 10 at 1:30 pm • AGGIE'S WILDFLOWER WALK – Nature Walk: Humber Heritage Committee
Leader: Madeleine McDowell. Meet at Lambton House, 4066 Old Dundas St. Rediscover the world of Agnes Dunbar Moodie Fitzgibbon, daughter of Susanna Moodie and illustrator of Canadian Wildflowers (published in 1867). All of Aggie's specimens were from the Baby Point and Humber Valley area. Many of these flowers still survive in the Magwood Sanctuary. Approx 2 hrs ending at Lambton House for tea and a talk about Agnes.
Tues, May 12 at 10:00 am • THE BELTLINE – Nature Walk
Leader: John Bacher. Meet at Davisville subway station for a circular walk. Morning only.
Wed, May 13 • TORONTO WATERFRONT & GARDENS – Evening Ramble
Sat, May 16 • LOWER DON WATERSHED – Spring Ramble
Sun, May 17 • GARRISON CREEK & SPRING CREEK INTERFLUVE – Lost Rivers
Mon, May 18 • LESLIE STREET SPIT – Birds, Insects & Plants
Thurs, May 21 • ASHBRIDGE'S BAY – Birds
Sat, May 23 • WILKET CREEK AND SUNNYBROOK PARK – Nature Walk
Sun, May 24 at 1:30 pm • TODMORDEN MILLS WILDFLOWER PRESERVE – Nature Walk
Leaders: Vivienne Denton and Paula Davies. Meet at the entrance to the Wildflower Preserve at Todmorden Mills, 67 Pottery Rd. Come early to tour the historic buildings at Doors Open Toronto. We will look for signs of spring wildlife.
Tues, May 26 • GOLDIE FELDMAN NATURE RESERVE – Nature Walk
Wed, May 27 • WYCHWOOD PARK – Evening Ramble
Sat, May 30 • CROTHERS WOODS – Nature Walk
Sun, May 31 at 1:30 pm • HIGH PARK – Trees
Leader: Bohdan Kowalyk. Meet at the park entrance at Bloor St W and High Park Ave for a circular walk. The wild lupins should be in bloom.