HIGH PARK NATURE
HIGH PARK STEWARDS
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Toronto’s High Park is a convenient and attractive destination for birding.
In the Spring & Fall, High Park is an important stop-over for migrating birds. Well over 150 species are seen regularly.
Most of the birds will continue north. But more than 50 species stay in the park and breed, i.e. raise a family.
SUCCESS WITH BIRDING
Some tips on how to watch birds READ MORE
BIRDING THROUGH THE SEASONS
A wide variety of bird-life can be found in High Park through the seasons READ MORE
Some Common Waterbirds of Grenadier Pond
Visitors looking for wildlife can see mute swans, Canada geese, ducks and cormorants on the pond. READ MORE
Great Blue Heron
These stately waterbirds are one of the park’s largest and most majestic visitors. READ MORE
What are those large black birds that spread their wings to dry in the springtime? READ MORE
High Park Hawk Watch
High Park Nighthawk Watch
Help count Common Nighthawks (a species at risk) as they concentrate over Toronto’s High Park during Fall migration. READ MORE
A personal view of the birds of High Park
CHRISTMAS BIRD COUNT RESULTS
The most recent High Park & vicinity count was held on Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016. Total species: 48. See 2016 and previous years' results.
Learn more about winter birding
Links to bird information sites