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The latest issue of the TOC Newsletter is available online. Members may download their copy here. (Login and Password information is emailed to members on a monthly basis.)
Back issues of the newsletter and Toronto Birds can be found in the Library section here.
TOC Field Trips have resumed, with Members-only events to start. Field Trips for the general public will resume later in the season. All Field Trips feature smaller groups, pre-registration and focus on Toronto birding locations. All Field Trip leaders and participants must comply with local Public Health guidelines at the time of the event.
Please visit the TOC Events page via the Wild Apricot Membership Portal to register for the upcoming Members Only events.
Meetings are at the High Park Nature Centre or online through Zoom webinar. Members receive details about each month's speaker program via email.
Monday December 11, 2023
John Carley, Justin Peter and Julia Zarankin presents "Members’ Night - In person at the High Park Nature Centre: John Carley - Birding the Grasslands and Cypress Hills; Justin Peter - Birds of South Georgia; Julia Zarankin - Birding in Kachemak Bay, Alaska "
Monday January 8, 2024
Shae Turner, Master of Science student at Thompson Rivers University and Registered Professional Biologist in the province of British Columbia presents "Virtual Presentation - Canadian research in Jamaica: Understanding the winter lives of our migratory warblers through bird banding and the Motus Wildlife Tracking System."
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