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Indigo Bunting male. Photo: JM

Spring Birds in High Park Migration is happening now!

By High Park Nature | May 4, 2023
May is a busy, exciting month for peak bird migration in High Park. In spring some 50 species of birds arrive to breed here while many others make an important…

High Park: A Balancing Act Virtual Learning Session, recorded on April 27

By High Park Nature | April 27, 2023
High Park is known for many things, including its natural areas. A jewel in the city’s park system, it includes rare plants, animals, and habitats. Join City of Toronto’s Parks…

Movement Strategy Fails to Put Nature and Pedestrians First High Park Movement Strategy enters final phase

By High Park Nature | April 21, 2023
Focus on Protecting Nature When work on the City-led High Park Movement Strategy began in 2021, more than three-quarters of people surveyed sent a clear message : Enhancing and conserving…

Sign up for Stewardship 2023 Time to register

By High Park Stewards | April 21, 2023
Registration is now open for stewardship work in High Park. Volunteer Stewards have been working with the City of Toronto since 1996, to protect and restore the remaining natural areas…

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

By High Park Nature | April 20, 2023
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…

Prescribed Burn Thursday, April 13, 2023 24 hour Notice

By High Park Nature | April 11, 2023
Urban Forestry will undertake a prescribed burn in 5 locations in High Park on Thursday, April 13. Be aware that the park will be closed to vehicles on burn day.…

Invasive Tree Removal Woody invasive trees are removed in winter by Urban Forestry

By High Park Nature | February 7, 2023
With the longer days of February, activity in High Park is gearing up for spring. Specifically, Urban Forestry is removing large invasive trees. This initiative is part of the City’s…

Taking the Lead New Public Education Campaign Launches in High Park

By High Park Nature | January 22, 2023
The High Park On-Leash Committee (HPOC) is a volunteer group composed of High Park Nature supporters, dog owners and concerned community members. The group’s mission is to encourage compliance with…

High Park Nature UPDATE News from the Natural Environment Committee, January 2023

By High Park Nature | January 22, 2023
These items were discussed at the January 2023 meeting of the High Park Natural Environment Committee: A prescribed burn tour in November with TRCA, city staff and members of the…

High Park Christmas Bird Count December 18, 2022

By High Park Nature | December 21, 2022
by Bob Yukich The annual High Park Christmas Bird Count was held on Sunday, Dec. 18, 2022, a mild but windy day with almost no snow-cover. Our route recorded a total…








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