Our free Junior Naturalists Program is a chance for TFN Members ages 6 to 14 to explore nature through themed games, activities and hikes, and to make friends with others who love the out of doors. If you’re not already a member take a moment to learn more about the Junior Naturalists!
Our schedule and meetup locations are delivered to enrolled members via email. If you have misplaced a recent email, or require clarification, please email email@example.com.
Children aged 6-14 are invited to join the TFN Juniors program. Every child must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Events are monthly, usually on the second Saturday from 10am-12pm. We move around the city to enjoy the wildlife and discover new ravines and parks we may not have explored before.
Our program for Winter-Spring 2023 offers many exciting opportunities:
- February 11th: Discover the Winter Birds and Owls of Downsview. Learn about the habitat restoration that has allowed Birds of Prey to flourish there
- March 18th: Come enjoy and ID late winter trees at Moccasin Trail Park and Milne Hollow
- April 15th: As the early songbird migrants arrive in Toronto, join us for a morning with Shadowland Theatre Co on Toronto Island. Find out how it feels to be a bird!
- May 13th: Come meet the Blanding Turtles and Songbirds at Rouge National Park
To join these events, please email Anne Purvis at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be asked to fill out a registration form, and join the TFN. Before each event you will receive an invitation email with location details.
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