Today’s nature walk with Miles Hearn took place in Rouge National Urban Park, a fantastic place loaded with interesting trails as well as the Rouge and Little Rouge rivers. I started going on Miles Hearn’s nature walks in early spring and we’ve seen numerous plants… Read More
I signed up for more nature walks with Miles Hearn – this time a series of 4 July walks, the first one being in that Toronto treasure, High Park. Although spring is the best time for birds, we were fortunate to see, or in some… Read More
I arrived a bit early for today’s nature walk with Miles Hearn (the final one of this series…there are 4 more coming up in July). I saw Miles, who sent me up a steep trail to have a look at some mushrooms growing from a… Read More
This time I was on my own.
Today’s nature walk with naturalist Miles Hearn was at the Rouge National Urban Park. This place is one of the treasures of the Greater Toronto Area. I don’t have bird pictures today, not because there weren’t birds, but because these forest birds were mostly beyond… Read More
High Park is such a Toronto treasure! Our group enjoyed a wonderful nature walk today with naturalist Miles Hearn. There were a lot of birds around today – Miles listed 41 species on his nature walk report today: double-crested cormorant, mute swan, Canada goose, mallard,… Read More
Today’s nature walk with Miles Hearn took us to the Scarborough Bluffs, a treasure along the waterfront east of Toronto and a place I haven’t visited in many years. It’s a lovely place to walk, with many birds and a rich variety of plant life.… Read More
Today’s nature walk with Miles Hearn was close to home – Marie Curtis Park. Living in Long Branch, we’re very fortunate to have two fantastic parks – Col. Sam Smith Park on the west and Marie Curtis Park on the East. It was a… Read More
Today’s nature walk with Miles Hearn was at Humber Bay, a treasure in our bustling city. There were lots of birds around this morning in a light drizzle – we saw and identified 31 species, including a rufous-sided towhee (isn’t that a great name?) and… Read More
So you think you can hide….