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Riverside Drive - Nature and Heritage Walk

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Leader: Madeleine McDowell

See the Humber River Marshes, the site of Jean Baptiste Rousseaux's home, Elizabeth Simcoe's visit, and ancient First Nations' trail. Walk some of the Toronto Carrying Place; Home Smith's 1912 footprint development, and 250 years of recorded travel.

Organized by Toronto Field Naturalists.

Humber River - Nature Walk

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Leader: James Eckenwalder, Associate Professor of Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto.

Organized by Toronto Field Naturalists. 

High Park - Trees and Shrubs

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Leader: Bohdan Kowalyk

We will see black oak woodlands, invasive species, and introduced, endangered and threatened species. 

3 km.

Washrooms at end of walk. 

Organized by Toronto Field Naturalists. 

Unearthing Stories of Lost Spring Creek, Blue Green City Part 2 - Lost Rivers

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Leaders: Richard Anderson and friends.

We'll follow the ravine systems of Spring Creek from its edges at Dundas to its re-emergence as a live watercourse in High Park. A linear walk of about 3 km, on city streets and park paths. Washrooms in commercial venues. Walk ends near High Park streetcar loop within walking distance of Keele subway station. A joint outing with Toronto Green Community and Lost Rivers. 

Aggie's Wildflower Walk

Organization: 

Leader: Madeleine McDowell

Rediscover the world of Agnes Moodie Fitzgibbon, daughter of Susanna Moodie and illustrator of Canadian Wildflowers (published in 1867). All of Aggie's specimens were from the Baby Point and Humber Valley area. Many of these flowers still survive in the Magwood Sanctuary. Approximately twor hourse, ending at Lambton House for tea and a tlk about Agnes. 

Humber Heritage Committee Nature Walk

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