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By High Park Nature | July 6, 2024
The following highlights are based on the High Park Movement Strategy: E-Update #10 – Implementation Update. You can subscribe directly for future updates here. Return of 203 High Park Bus…

Finding and Caring for Native Plants Native plant sales, Resources and Community Groups

By High Park Stewards | May 1, 2024
Now is the time to think about adding more native plants to your garden to help create a haven for wildlife including pollinators, insects and birds. When planning your garden…

Sakura – Cherry Trees in High Park How this Japanese tradition came to High Park.

By High Park Nature | April 20, 2024
High Park’s cherry trees are blooming! Vehicle access is closed in the park. For more information, including a map of locations, virtual tours and accessibility information visit the City’s Cherry…

Protecting Wildlife – A new role for volunteers 2024 Traditional and Prescribed Burn

By High Park Nature | April 12, 2024
People have asked about the safety of the animals in High Park during the traditional and prescribed burn. The prescribed burn in High Park is a low-intensity fire as is…

Traditional and Prescribed Burn Tuesday, April 9, 2024

By High Park Nature | April 7, 2024
A traditional and prescribed burn will take place in High Park on Tuesday, April 9, 2024. This burn is part of an ongoing practice to manage and care for the…

Traditional and Prescribed Burn Spring 2024 Advance Notice

By High Park Nature | March 12, 2024
The City of Toronto in collaboration with Indigenous Land Stewardship Circle (ILSC) is once again preparing for the annual traditional and prescribed burn program this spring in High Park. Here…

High Park Movement Strategy Update February 2024 & July 2023

By High Park Nature | February 21, 2024
Response to Proposed Recreational Cycling Pilot Project – February 2024 The City is proposing to launch a recreational cycling pilot in High Park in Summer 2024. This pilot comes as…
New Purple Martin House. Spring 2023. Photo: Clara Greig

First Occupants of Our New Purple Martin House 2023 Update

By High Park Nature | October 15, 2023
Contributed by David Creelman FALL UPDATE: In October, the old purple martin house on the south shore of Grenadier was replaced with a brand-new easy-to-maintain house.  Another big thank-you to…
Chronolog project at Grenadier Pond. Photo: Karen Yukich

The View from Here Grenadier Pond joins worldwide Chronolog project

By High Park Nature | September 18, 2023
A new Chronolog mount has been installed at the lookout pier on Grenadier Pond by the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA).  This pilot project invites visitors to take digital…

Hawk Migration is Underway High Park Hawk Watch - Visitors Welcome!

By High Park Nature | September 13, 2023
The High Park Hawk Watch got off to a “flying” start with several bald eagles on September 8th. It continues daily until November 30. Hawks generally fly when the winds…








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