Take the Survey about Feeding Wildlife in Toronto

The City of Toronto is reviewing its Animal Bylaw, and would like your feedback.  You can take action by completing The City’s online survey before midnight on December 17, 2021. Many aspects of the Animal Bylaw are included in the survey, and the TFN specifically supports changes to the rules for feeding of wildlife. Feeding Read More

Special Invitation in Crothers Woods

City of Toronto, Forestry is planning a natural surface trail wayfinding pilot project in Crothers Woods, Sun Valley and Cottonwood Flats. This will see installation of wayfinding signage throughout the area to improve trail user experience and tie into the larger Toronto Park & Trails Wayfinding Strategy and the Toronto 360 Wayfinding Strategy. TFN Members Read More

Another Successful AGM

TFN held our 2021 Annual General Meeting over Zoom on October 14. It was wonderful to see so many happy Members out celebrating another amazing year! If you want to catch up on what TFN accomplished since our last AGM (Oct 2020 – Oct 2021), look no further than this short video: For a deeper Read More

Celebrate Ravine Days

Celebrate Ravine Days, October 2-11, with ten days of events to enjoy! Check out The Oculus Exhibit in South Humber Park, catch story time with best-selling children’s author Pamela Hickman, take a ravine ride in Thorncliffe, learn about Neighbourwoods with Dr. Danijela Puric-Mladenovic and so much more. View the Full Calendar of Events On October Read More

Upcoming TNS Information Sessions

Hot on the heels of Bob Kortright’s write up in the September issue of our newsletter (pg. 20), our friend’s at Toronto Nature Stewards have recently announced upcoming information sessions for people interested in becoming Lead Stewards! Two identical sessions will be held: a morning session on September 14th and an evening session on September Read More

40 Days Done

by Jason Ramsay-Brown TFN hit a major milestone today: all of our newsletter back issues are finally available online! Frequent visitors to our site will have watched this unfold in real time over the last few weeks with our 40 Years in 40 Days initiative. For those who missed it, from July 2 to August Read More

The Toronto Field Naturalists wish to acknowledge this land through which we walk. For thousands of years it has been the traditional land of the Wendat, the Seneca, and most recently, the Mississauga of the Credit River. Today it is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to be on this land.