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Nature walk: Scarborough Bluffs

Today was the last of the July series of nature walks with Miles Hearn, to Scarborough Bluffs. These are provided by the Toronto District School Board, and they are excellent. The fall walks will start in mid-September, and I’m looking forward to continuing. I’m learning so much.

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Black Swallowtail Butterfly

Miles was having a problem with a setting on his new camera today, so I sent him some of my photos which he has included on his nature walk report for today.

This is not the best time for birds, but still Miles was able to identify 15 species, including a Cooper’s Hawk which flew by with barn swallows giving chase.

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Jewelweed

I learned today that basswood leaves are not quite symmetrical…

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Miles Hearn, naturalist

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