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Title: Toronto Field Naturalists
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Toronto Field Naturalists Toronto Field Naturalists – Enjoy and preserve nature with us! Our Mission: Toronto Field Naturalists connects people with nature in the Toronto area. We help people understand, enjoy, and protect Toronto's green spaces and the species that inhabit them. Toronto Field Naturalists Home About Us Membership Nature Reserves Special Projects Quick Links Walks Lectures Newsletter Nature Art Nature Photos Resources Volunteering Volunteer opportunities Walk leader information Contact Us Or phone: 416-593-2656 Follow Us Donate! Donate by Cheque Toronto Field Naturalists 2 Carlton Street, Suite 1519 Toronto, Ontario M5B 1J3 Donate Online To use the secure online server at, click on the image below. Tax receipts for donations above $10 Charitable Registration # BN119266526RR0001 Site Search Search our site using Google: April Photo Spotlight Yellow Warbler by Anne Leon Monthly Lecture Index! Take a moment to browse through our new index of past monthly talk subjects and reports. The wide range of topics and presenters is confirmation of the TFN's dedication to helping people learn about nature. Check it out here or from our newsletter page. TFN Special Projects 2017-2018 The TFN Special Projects program is intended to support projects that further the TFN goals of 1) stimulating public interest in nature, 2) encouraging protection of nature in Toronto, and 3) disseminating knowledge of natural history. The program will fund selected projects initiated, carried out, or sponsored by TFN members. In 2017-2018, the total amount of funding available is $19,500. Budgets for projects are expected to be within the $1000 - $3000 range. Click here to download the application form. Deadline for submission of applications (by mail or email) to the TFN office is April 14, 2017. Those projects selected are expecting to provide a reports at conclusion of project, due no later than June 30, 2018. Backyard Tree Planting Program LEAF's subsidized Backyard Tree Planting Program helps you get the right tree in the right place. For approximately $150 to $220 per tree you will get a site consultation in your yard with an arborist, a five to eight foot tall tree (or two to four feet tall for evergreen trees) and full planting service. LEAF also has a Do-It-Yourself option, for those who like to get their hands dirty! For more information visit LEAF. Bumble Bees - Smarter Than You'd Think Posted March 2017 Researchers studying insect behaviour have shown that bumble bees can learn actions that aren't part of "the job of being a bee." Plus they can learn these actions by observation and not by the incremental training usually used to teach animals complex skills. The task was to move a wooden ball to the centre of a platform. The bees first watched the researchers do the task and earn a reward, then they got a chance and emulated the action. Then these trained bees performed the task while watched by test bees who had never seen the task before. The test bees were able to achieve the goal of moving the ball and getting the treat almost every time, which suggests they were using social cues from watching the trained bees. More information (and a short video of the bees moving the ball) can be found here. For more news and things you can do to make a difference click here. Upcoming Events scroll down to see more TFN Open Nature Walk Highland Creek & Doris Mccarthy Gallery April 6, 10:00 am, 2017 Leader: Linda McCaffrey. Meet at the bus stop on Kingston Rd at Colonel Danforth Park. We will walk through the Highland Creek Valley to the Doris McCarthy Gallery at the University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus, stopping to admire the Miller Lash Estate. Return home from the bus circle on campus or return with leader by a different route to the park for your vehicle. Morning only. Conservation Conversations April 6, 6-7 pm, 2017 SCB-TO journal club hosts a discussion around conservation activities in Ontario starting with Leslie Sauer's paper, "Bring Back The Forests." All are welcome, including undergraduates, graduate students, conservation professionals, and members of the public. Harvest Noon Cafe. To access the article and find out more about the discussion, click here. TFN Open Nature Walk Taylor Creek and Cullen Bryant Parks April 8, 10:00 am, 2017 Leader: Anne Purvis. Meet at the west side of Victoria Park Ave at the entrance to Taylor Creek just opposite Donside Dr for a linear walk, mainly flat on mostly unpaved surfaces with some stairs. We will walk down to the pond at the northeast corner of Taylor Creek Park and look for pond creatures that have overwintered there. Then we will hike along the paved trail to the True Davidson seniors' home at the east end of the hydro corridor and then west to the steps up to Cullen Bryant Park, looking at trees and shrubs. Walk will end at Cullen Bryant Park. Bring good boots and binoculars. Morning only. Walking for Wellness April 8, 2-3 pm, 2017 This free informative talk will cover the benefits of walking, proper walking posture, common injuries, walking equipment and explore the features of 8 walking trails in Toronto. Mount Dennis Library, 1123 Weston Rd and Eglinton Ave West. Register at the Main Service Desk, or call 416-394-1008 to reserve your spot. The Animal Kingdom: Winged Migration April 8, 3:30 pm, 2017 This film allows the viewer an opportunity to soar with migratory birds through an assortment of beautiful countries and locales over various seasons and climates. Using a state of the art aerial camera, the filmmakers offer us a stunning view as a variety of birds make their journey from one hemisphere to another. More information here. Burning the Black Oak Savannah: A History of the Spring Burn April 8, 1:30 - 3:00 pm, 2017 Explore the endangered Black Oak Savannah ecosystem in High Park. Learn indigenous peoples' role in the creation and maintenance of the Savannah and how the city currently continues to restore it through yearly burns. Family Nature Walk. High Park Nature Centre (375 Colborne Lodge Drive) More information here. Coyote Information Session April 10, 6-8 pm, 2017 Toronto Animal Services is hosting a session with Lesley Sampson from Coyote Watch Canada. East York Civic Centre (850 Coxwell Avenue). TFN Open Nature Walk The Lower Don Valley April 15, 10:00 am, 2017 Leader: Margaret McRae. Meet at the northeast corner of Beechwood Dr and O'Connor Dr for a circular walk in the Don Valley. Walk may include Sun Valley, Crothers Woods, Cottonwood Flats and Beechwood Wetlands. No washrooms. Morning only. Walking conditions include hills, winding dirt paths and paved paths. TFN Open Nature Walk The Boardwalk April 20, 10:00 am, 2017 Leader: Joanne Doucette. Meet at the southeast corner of Queen St E and Woodbine Ave. Bring binoculars. Morning only. Earth Day April 22, 2017 Nifty Nests & Bouncing ... Whois

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