Toronto Field Naturalists  –  Enjoy and preserve nature with us!
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Our Mission: Toronto Field Naturalists connects people with nature in the Toronto area.
We help people understand, enjoy, and protect Toronto's green spaces and the species that inhabit them.
 
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Toronto Field Naturalists
2 Carlton Street, Suite 1519
Toronto, Ontario
M5B 1J3

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June Photo Spotlight
Courting Grebe
Courting Grebe by Carole Giangrande
Stinging Ants Survey
Posted June 2016
A York University researcher is doing a study of stinging ants in southern Ontario. The survey is being used to collect background information on stinging ants to help inform the selection of study site plots to investigate their impact on amphibians. If you've encountered stinging ants and you want to help out, you can find the survey here: www.surveymonkey.com/r/GMVQQSP.
Drop by and say Hello!
Posted May 2016
TFN members will staffing booths at the events below. Drop by if you have any questions about the organization or membership.
TFN booth
Photo by Ron Dengler
Membership Fees Increasing July 1, 2016
Posted May 2016
We've been able to keep our membership fees unchanged for the last decade even though increases in cost of living has meant our operating expenses have been going up. But now we need to increase membership fees to be able to continue giving our members the quality they expect. The fee increase was voted in at a special membership meeting on April 3, 2016, and will go into effect on July 1, 2016.
However, if you join or renew before July 1 then you will do so at the old rate. So if you have been thinking of joining then there's an extra incentive! The new rates are on our membership page.

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