Over the past few years, I’ve been enjoying nature walks with naturalist Miles Hearn. These are put on via the Toronto District School Board and they’ve become super-popular, so much so the registration fills up for each set of walks in the blink of an eye. The autumn walks started today and the first one for our group was at Lambton Woods, an area along the Humber River that features both woods and river.
This morning it rained off and on but still we saw Great Egrets, a Great Blue Heron and even a Spotted Sandpiper. As well, Miles showed us 5 different species of asters and identified many trees and bushes and flowers.