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On our blog we are featuring news, personal reflections, and new site content announcements. We welcome guest posts and can feature your High Park related work on ours site, contact us.

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Eastern Cottontail. Photo Steven Rose-e
passion flower

Personal Reflections

Personal thoughts and creations inspired by the natural wonders of High Park. To make your own personal contribution, contact us.

Autumn trees. Photo: Peter Weis
Monarch in flight. Photo: JM
Shadows. Photo: JM

Art and Photography

Creative works by local artists and photographers inspired by High Park.

Flower Painter. Photo: Bob Yukich
Sunlight in the Woods. Photo: David Allen
Spreading Oak. Source: "Who Goes to the Park", book by Warabé Aska, 1984

Story and Art Project

A series of paintings inspired by stories and experiences within High Park.

Sarah Nemeth. Photo provided by Sarah Nemeth
Gratitude. Painting by: Sarah Nemeth
The Bowling Field. Painting by Sarah Nemeth

Questions and Comments

Read our latest replies. Do you have a question or comment about High Park nature or this website? Send it to us and we will do our best to respond to you!

Indigo Bunting male. Photo: JM
Ferns and Flowers
Photo: Peter Weis

What's New?

Welcome to Our New Website!

By High Park Nature | September 14, 2020
Since the High Park Nature website was first launched in 2010, it has provided a wealth of information about the natural features of High Park. Now we are pleased to…

New Treatment for Buckthorn

By High Park Nature | July 9, 2020
This summer Urban Forestry is partnering in a demonstration trial with BioForest, a forest pest management company, to manage invasive buckthorn shrubs using the bioherbicide Chontrol Peat Paste. The active…

Toronto Star article, January 13, 2020

By High Park Nature | April 5, 2020
“We love High Park for its natural beauty. Will that love be the death of it?” Read the article or The Star Pressreader version

High Park Christmas Bird Count Results

By High Park Nature | December 27, 2019
The most recent High Park Christmas Bird Count was held on Sunday, Dec. 15, 2019 (a very windy day). The High Park route ended up with 43 species, our lowest since…

High Park Stewards Summary 2019

By High Park Nature | December 1, 2019
There were over 280 participants (between 110 individuals coming at least once) who came out to High Park Stewards field restoration events. The average number of Stewards that attended each…

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