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Christmas Bird Count

Presented by High Park Nature Centre at High Park Nature Centre's Forest School, Toronto ON

Dec 16 2023
Christmas Bird Count

A male Northern Cardinal sits on a branch in High Park by Richard Bod

Hike through High Park counting winter birds as part of North America’s longest running community science program, Christmas Bird Count.

Join us for North America’s longest-running community science program, Christmas Bird Count! This fun and popular winter holiday stewardship event helps both us and avian researchers document winter bird populations in High Park!

We’ll spend the morning hiking through High Park counting all winter birds we see. We’ll conclude at the Nature Centre and compile our numbers over hot chocolate, coffee, tea and some tasty treats.

ADMISSION INFO

FREE click here to register

Contact: (416) 392-1748

Email: info@highparknaturecentre.com

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INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*

  • Dec 16, 2023 at 09:00 am - 11:00 am (Sat)
* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

High Park Nature Centre's Forest School

375 Colborne Lodge Drive, Toronto, ON M6R 2Z3

PARKING INFO

Due to limited availability, parking is not recommended near the High Park Nature Centre. We strongly recommend that you park at the free parking lot near the Grenadier Café located in the centre of High Park. In case you're driving please enter High Park from the east on Parkside Drive and High Park Boulevard and drive west on Centre Road to reach the Grenadier Café's parking lot. If you wish to drop-off at the High Park Nature Centre merge onto and drive north up Colborne Lodge Drive until you reach the swimming pool and tennis courts. You may only exit High Park through the north gates on Bloor Street West and High Park Avenue.

If you're biking, we have bike racks located right outside the High Park Nature Centre.

We strongly recommend using public transit as we are conveniently located just a 5-minute walk from the High Park Subway Station and a 15-minute walk from the High Park Loop Streetcar Station.

COVID-19 Protocols

Link to COVID-19 Protocols: https://highparknaturecentre.com/covid19/

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