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Nature walk – Humber Bay

Today’s winter nature walk with Miles Hearn took place at Humber Bay, one of my fave locations. Temperatures were moderate, wind wasn’t bad, and it was simply beautiful out there.

pancake ice

The ice formations were fantastic.

Staghorn Sumachs

I snapped a number of pictures of winter ducks, some cardinals and a few other birds, but for today’s post I’m going to skip those and focus on Lake Ontario flexing her muscles.

These walks are facilitated as part of the Toronto District School Board’s Learn4Life programs. Registration has just opened for the spring walks. They are called: Birdwatching, Flora and Fauna. Each walk takes place somewhere in the GTA and there are 9 of them scheduled for the spring session, which starts in early April and goes until the end of May. I believe Miles will be doing 6 walks each week. These fill up quickly, so if you are interested, I encourage you to register soon.

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