Two very special issues

While the COVID-19 pandemic restricted our community from all of the usual events & outings that bring us together, each September we felt a little something special was in order following our summer breaks – a double-sized newsletter issue!

Features in our September 2021 issue included:

  • Reaching Beyond the Naturalist Community by Ellen Schwartzel
  • Tree of the Month: Eastern Cottonwood by James Eckenwalder
  • Native, Indigenous, Endemic – Oh My! by Jason Ramsay-Brown
  • Lymantria dispar dispar (gypsy moths) and trees by James Eckenwalder
  • Ferns and Fern Allies by Nancy Dengler
  • Toronto Islands: Adding Nature to the Master Plan by Ellen Schwartzel
  • Toronto’s Horsetails by Jenny Bull
  • Toronto Nature Stewards by Bob Kortright
  • Golf Courses to Parklands by Ellen Schwartzel
  • Q&A: What are these small mushrooms? by Richard Aaron
  • Why does Ragweed Pollen cause Allergies? by Nancy Dengler
  • Mindful Drawing by Sandra Iskandar
  • Bird Behaviour: Yellow-bellied Sapsucker by Jennifer Smith
  • Plus much more, and all of our regular reports, news, and notices

Features in our September 2020 issue included:

  • Nature in Pandemic Times by Ellen Schwartzel
  • Tree of the Month – Eastern Sycamore by James Eckenwalder
  • How Egg-Laying Butterflies Choose the Right Host Plant by Nancy Dengler
  • Toronto Wildflowers – Sunflowers and Silphium by Peter Money
  • Q&A: Birds’ Sense of Smell by Bob Kortright
  • The “Big Four” of High Park by Joanne Doucette
  • Photography and Behaviour by Zunaid Khan
  • High Park Moth Study – Five Years and 1,000 Species Later by Richard Aaron
  • Fascinated with Fasciation by Jason Ramsay-Brown
  • How Plants Defend Themselves from Herbivorous Predators by Nancy Dengler
  • Plus much more, and all of our regular reports, news, and notices

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