How to get the most out of your TFN membership
Here are some helpful links to your membership benefits. Some pages are password protected. You would have received the password in the email announcing that our most recent newsletter had become available online. If you have misplaced the password, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Guided Walks happen year-round, all days of the week, in all areas of the city, and cater to a wide range of comfort and fitness levels. Printable pdfs of the walk schedule are available to help you plan your participation.
Monthly talks and lectures, by noted experts, explore everything from nature in the city to global environmental issues. Talks are held live, virtually by Zoom, or a combination of the two. Recordings are available for members who miss a lecture.
You will receive eight issues of our newsletter, Toronto Field Naturalist. A link to the most recent newsletter will be sent to you each month. If you are not receiving email about the newsletter, please let us know by emailing email@example.com. Past issues are available online. They are fully searchable. Printed issues of the newsletter should arrive slightly after the email comes out.
You can also contribute to the newsletter. Original writing about nature in and around Toronto (up to 500 words), book reviews, poems, sketches, paintings and photographs are all welcome.
Our Photography group is open to photographers of all skill levels and covers various types of nature photography.
Share your photos, videos or art in our annual Nature Images show, which takes place the first Saturday in February.
You can get your hands dirty with our various stewardship & citizen science projects.
If you’re looking for advocacy, then you may want to join our Action Committee and take action to protect Toronto’s green spaces and the species that inhabit them.
Listen to Toronto Nature Now on CJRU, the Scope at Ryerson. Each week we spend a few minutes discussing what to see outdoors, important news, and celebrating nature in Toronto!
If you have children aged 6 to 14, then check out our Junior Naturalists program. It provides learning experiences aimed at connecting kids with nature and helping them to understand, enjoy, and protect Toronto’s green spaces and the species that live there.
As a member, you can explore one of TFN’s private nature reserves. We maintain a network of trails at our Jim Baillie Nature Reserve near Uxbridge.
And finally, check out our current volunteer opportunities.