We completed the longest and most challenging hike I’ve ever done on Saturday – the 10.4 km Centennial Ridges Trail in Algonquin Park!(more…)
We’re fortunate to live in an area surrounded by so much natural beauty! Even in the heart of the city, you can find hot spots for birds and other wildlife.
As an avid nature enthusiast and wildlife photographer, I decided to put together a list of my favourite spots in and around Toronto for nature and wildlife photography.(more…)
The Don Valley Brick Works Park was once an old Brick Works quarry, but has now been restored into a thriving eco-friendly site.(more…)
What better way to start off the summer than spending a sunny Saturday out in nature?(more…)
Every year, for about a week and a half in either April or May, large crowds of people head to High Park in Toronto to see the cherry blossom trees in peak bloom.(more…)
Yesterday (May 11th) was World Migratory Bird Day, a day highlighting the need for the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats.(more…)
The recent UN report left me feeling pretty anxious. And I’m sure there’s many of you feeling the same way.(more…)
Serendipity: The occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way.Oxford Dictionary
In other words, a happy accident.
That is how I would describe our Sunday morning walk through High Park.(more…)
From as far back as I can remember, I’ve always been passionate about wildlife. I loved being outside, watching the birds, collecting fallen leaves with my mom and trying to identify the tree it came from.(more…)
Glen Rouge is the only campground within the city of Toronto. It’s also a part of Rouge National Urban Park and contains an entrance to the Mast trail. The Mast trail connects to the Orchard trail – our usual trail of choice when we visit Rouge park.(more…)