Our photography group is active all year long with monthly photo challenges, member submissions from these have been showcased in recent issues of our newsletter. Now that the group’s outings have started back for this year, we thought we would share some photos from the group’s spring outings. Enjoy and if you are interested in Read More
In the Blog: Photography
Wildlife Disturbance & Ethics in Nature
On the most recent episode of our Toronto Nature Now show on CJRU 1280AM, the show’s host Kyana Alvarez welcomed our president, Zunaid Khan. We discuss how our behaviour can impact wildlife in our green spaces and how to behave ethically while enjoying nature. You can listen to the episode on Soundcloud. To learn more Read More
Wildlife Disturbance: Why Now and Why Does It Matter?
Wildlife sightings and photographs can evoke a sense of wonder and delight, educate, and lead to a life-long love of nature and commitment to conservation. However, more and more we are encountering wildlife disturbance when visiting local parks, and we are hearing similar experiences from others. Just as more littering occurs in an area that Read More
City-Wide Celebration of Stewardship and Volunteering
Toronto Field Naturalists along with the Toronto Nature Stewards and A Park for All will be taking part in city-wide celebration of stewardship and volunteering event on Saturday, October 1st from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. The event will take place at the Middle Mill Stewardship site located at 44 Beechwood Drive, Toronto. This will Read More