HIGH PARK NATURE
HIGH PARK STEWARDS
HIGH PARK NATURE is a joint project of the High Park Natural Environment Committee and High Park Stewards (VSP). We welcome your feedback, suggestions, articles and photos. Please contact us at email@example.com
ABOUT THE PHOTOS: Most of the photos on this site were contributed by local photographers and taken in High Park. Please do not copy or reproduce them without permission.
HPNature is a member of Ontario's Nature Network
WALKING TOURS & WORKSHOPS
Wildflower Identification Made Easy – Workshop Thursday, May 28, 6–9pm. Meet at the High Park Nature Centre on Parkside Dr. Register
Spring Babies at the Zoo Sunday, June 7, 10:30 am to 12 noon. High Park zookeeper Sonya Dittkrist introduces new animal arrivals. A great outing for children! Meet at the benches, across the road from the south side of Grenadier Restaurant.
BLUE ON BLUE
The wild lupines are in bloom - the larval host plant of the Karner Blue butterfly which is extirpated from Ontario but may someday be reintroduced. High Park is one of the few places in the province with extensive stands of wild lupine. More about wild lupine and butterflies.
Cellophane bees are one of the first insects you can see in the dry open areas of the oak savannah. READ MORE
PROTECTING WILDLIFE AND PETS
Letting your dog off leash in non-designated areas can pose serious risks to their health. Read more
VOLUNTEER: High Park Stewards
Sunday, June 14 10:30am to 12:30pm
Meet in front of the Grenadier Restaurant at 10:30 am.
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Natural Environment Committee
Read the January 2015 issue of UPDATE with news from the January 7 High Park Natural Environment Committee meeting. PAST ISSUES. Next meeting: Wednesday, June 24, 6.45pm at the Howard Park Tennis Club.
HIGH PARK PHOTO-OP
If you would like to contribute photos (low resolution) for this website, please contact email@example.com.
NATIVE PLANT GARDENING
See GARDENING RESOURCES.
HELP PROTECT HIGH PARK
If you see any behaviour infractions, dead animals or other problems in the park, call 311. At the very least, your concern will be logged. Large numbers of calls on particular issues can make a difference.
OTHER GROUPS' EVENTS