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Our bit to protect the freshwater dunes at Woodbine Beach April 20, 2022 - An April 13, 2022, Toronto Star feature by M.L. Bream (“Hundreds of species and a precious bit of wildness get a reprieve“) has generated a lot of excitement in our community over the last week! With the removal of the nine-hole disc golf course at Woodbine Beach, the fragile freshwater dunes there will no longer Read More Tell the City to make nature a priority on the Toronto Islands February 25, 2022 - Your chance to comment on the Toronto Island Park Master Plan is March 1st – March 7. Tell the City to make nature a priority on the Toronto Islands! The City is hosting four public input evenings on the long-term future of the Toronto Islands. March 1st (6:00 – 9 pm) Open House March 3 Read More TFN’s 2022 Nature Images Show February 16, 2022 - Our second online Nature Images show was again very successful, with eleven presenters displaying their talents, plus a special tribute to a long-time member and wonderful photographer, Augusta Takeda, who passed away this summer. Many thanks to all of our presenters who generously shared their images and videos! For those unable to join us at Read More Toronto Trees Getting a Head Start February 5, 2022 - by Dave Barr The idea of an urban microclimate is probably not new to most of us. It’s been quite a while since we first heard a city described as a heat island, and it’s undoubtedly as true of Toronto as of any major North American or European city. The whole study of the urban Read More Open Letter to City Council re: IE27.6 Review of City of Toronto Golf Courses February 1, 2022 - TFN is proud to have helped draft an open letter to the mayor and councillors regarding IE27.6 Review of City of Toronto Golf Courses, which is going to City Council tomorrow. Organizations wishing to lend their support to this letter are encouraged to sign here. Toronto City Hall 100 Queen St. W., Toronto Attn: City Clerk & Read More TFN Juniors January – March 2022 Winter Program December 28, 2021 - Hello Junior Naturalist Friends! Please join us on the following three Saturday mornings 10am-12pm for our Winter 2022 TFN Juniors’ Program! January 15th: We will meet at Tommy Thompson Park for a hike and Treasure hunts on the Spit. The goal is to reach the ‘Red Bridge’ — a lengthy walk, but folks can turn back Read More Take the Survey about Feeding Wildlife in Toronto December 12, 2021 - 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 Winter Walks November 21, 2021 - The walks advisory committee and walks coordination team is working hard to put together a good selection of walks for members this winter. Please be sure to check the Walks Page each month for the walks list. In the preparation of going out for walks this winter be it on one of our guided walks, Read More The British Library Needs You! November 13, 2021 - The Unlocking Our Sounds Heritage project at the British Library is looking for Ontario naturalists to help enrich their wildlife audio collections! A set of 36 cassette tapes recorded between 2006-2007 was sent to the library, capturing the sounds of wildlife in places like Algonquin Provincial Park, Claireville Dam and Backus Woods. They’re now looking Read More Special Invitation in Crothers Woods November 4, 2021 - 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
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