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Pink Corydalis
 
Date: March 10 Time: 6:00 pm
Location: G. Ross Lord Park
Beginner Naturalist
The Science of Skulls
All ages welcome (aimed at adults, 12+)

Animal skulls come in many shapes and sizes, from tiny squirrels to large moose, skull give unique details to how animals live their lives. Join me for an online presentation on a variety of native animal skulls, learn how to identify if a creature is a carnivore, omnivore or herbivore, predator or prey, a member of the rodent family and more.

 

Take Home:

Skull features worksheet

Provided(to borrow for the duration of the program):

Real (ethically sourced) Beaver and mink skulls

Skulls of Common Ontario Species Sheet

Price: $10 per person or pay as you can*
*my goal is to educate and share what I love. While this is my part-time business, my priority is to offer fun, educational experiences that are accessible to EVERYONE! So if you can give then please do, but do not feel guilty or obliged. I'd rather you come and learn versus not attend at all! :)
Ontario Native Species education
 
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Date: March 17 Time: 6:00 pm
Location: G. Ross Lord Park
Nature Detectives:
Where does Nature Sleep in Winter
All ages welcome (aimed at 4-12)

We know monarchs migrate South, but do other insects? Where do they hide? Are they awake in the winter? I saw turtles in the nearby pond... where are they now? Are the trees alive in the winter??

There are so many questions about what animals do when snow coats the landscape. Join me as we explore how both plants and animals survive the frigid temperatures!

Take Home: Where Creatures Go printout, Species Worksheets

Provided(to borrow for the duration of the program): binoculars & field guides

Price: $10/person or pay as you can*
*my goal is to educate and share what I love. While this is my part-time business, my priority is to offer fun, educational experiences that are accessible to EVERYONE! So if you can give then please do, but do not feel guilty or obliged. I'd rather you come and learn versus not attend at all! :)
 
Date: March 24 Time: 6:00pm
Location: G. Ross Lord Park
Beginner Naturalist
Birding Basics
All ages welcome (aimed at adults, 12+)

A hike for beginners to get to know our most common birds (like chickadees and Blue Jays), their calls, what they're saying and the best way to identify birds (both by app and using a field guide).

Take Home: Common Birds of Toronto printout

Provided(to borrow for the duration of the program): binoculars & field guides

Price: $10 per person or pay as you can*
*my goal is to educate and share what I love. While this is my part-time business, my priority is to offer fun, educational experiences that are accessible to EVERYONE! So if you can give then please do, but do not feel guilty or obliged. I'd rather you come and learn versus not attend at all! :)
G Ross Lord Park, SUMAC North, Things to do Toronto