Next Meetup

Royal Botanical Gardens Arboretum Nature Walk
We'll be heading down to the Hamilton area this Saturday to visit the Royal Botanical Gardens Arboretum for some birdwatching and an enjoyable hike along the edge of Cootes Paradise. With birds migrating south right now, you never know what surprise might show up. With some cooler temperatures forecast this weekend, it will make for a more pleasant walk. We'll be stopping to look for Screech Owls and we will also visit LaSalle Park in Burlington to look for migrating ducks and Loons. There is also a nice waterfront trail that we will walk at LaSalle Park. There is also an excellent chance at we will see migrating birds of prey including Hawks and Bald Eagles. Please feel free to bring your lunch and snacks. We do make a stop on the way there and back at Tim Hortons for anyone who wants to pick up anything else. Transportation and guiding is provided.

4050 Yonge Street Northwest Corner of Yonge St & York Mills Rd/Wilson Ave

4050 Yonge Street TTC Commuter Parking Lot Northwest Corner · Toronto, ON

CA$49.00

What we're about

Welcome to the Toronto Nature Lovers!

If you are a nature lover who wants to get out with like-minded people for a day of adventure and fun while seeing and learning about nature. Then this is the group for you.

We are all so busy in our lives, we sometimes forget to stop and soak in the beauty that is all around us. It is important to take a break from our daily stresses. There is no better way to do this than get outside and experience the magic! It’s not only enjoyable, but good for the body, mind and soul.

Can you imagine the thrill of a Bald Eagle soaring over your head? It's an unbelievable feeling! Seeing your first Wolf in the wild is a moment that you would cherish for a lifetime!

We will be travelling out of the city by chartered van to different parts of Southern Ontario and further for outdoor nature adventures. We only have small groups for a more intimate experience.

Our earth is in trouble, the more people that have an appreciation of nature makes for a better world.

Why should you join?

• To experience nature firsthand

• To learn about our natural world

• To have fun

• Many friendships have developed through the Toronto Nature Lovers.

• Nature Lovers are the most compassionate and caring people on earth

So I hope you will take the time to join and come experience the magic of the great outdoors with us!

Cheers, Murray

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