Please sure you check out the latest episodes of our Toronto Nature Now radio show. Episode 164 – Wildlife Gardening Julianne Labreche discusses wildlife gardens and provides listeners with advice on where to start, some ideas, what to do and more for their own wildlife gardens. Listen here. Episode 165 – Coronation Park Paul Overy Read More
In the Blog: nature
Winter Wildlife, History and Ecological Restoration in the Lower Don Parklands – Junior Naturalists.
The TFN Juniors will gather at the foot of Beechwood Drive on March 18th at 10am for a two hour exploration of the Lower Don Parklands. We will experiment with some storytelling and learn the actual story of the industrial history and recent restoration efforts in this area. Please bring binoculars–cool birds hang out in Read More
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
Fight for Nature – Fight Bill 23
Long-standing safeguards for natural heritage in southern Ontario, and especially the Greenbelt, are about to be swept away by Bill 23, an omnibus bill being rushed through by Doug Ford’s government at Queen’s Park. Introduced on October 25, Bill 23 is devastating in its scope and disregard for the environment, and has already passed second Read More
Ontario Place needs nature-focused designs, speak up by November 18!
Ontario Place is being redeveloped, including the public parkland areas. Now is your chance to choose between options for five zones along the waterfront, including the water’s edge, the marina and the cove. Project designers are asking the public to choose between more natural and less natural options for each zone. The online survey takes Read More