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Next Outings

Beginners are welcomed to participate in our outings. The outings are free to everyone.

Saturday June 17, 2017

Bird Photography Walk more details
7:30 am to 11 am
Leader: Nancy Barrett. This outing will serve as an introduction to the art of bird photography, including understanding bird behaviour and ethical approaches to bird photography.

Next Meetings

Meetings are held at 7:30 pm in Burgundy Room A, of North York Memorial Hall.

Monday June 12, 2017

Daniel Riley - Environment Canada, Emily Rondel - Bird Studies Canada, Mark Peck - Royal Ontario Museum presents "Checklists - Old and New! eBird, the TOC and the New Taxonomy."

Monday September 11, 2017

TBA presents "TBA"

Toronto Bird Celebration

The TOC is a partner in the first ever Toronto Bird Celebration, a three week long city-wide event series all about birds. Fifteen partner organizations are collaborating to put on over 35 events throughout Toronto, from theatre performances to dawn chorus workshops. Please view the Celebration information at www.torontobirdweek.ca, and look at our events listing.

As part of the Toronto Bird Celebration (www.torontobirdweek.ca), Bird Studies Canada is sponsoring a FREE performance of Tom Allen's "The Last Curlew". Tom Allen is best known as the host of CBC Radio 2's "Shift", and he has come out with a moving performance piece based on the classic book "Last of the Curlews" by beloved Toronto author and birder Fred Bodsworth. This show combines storytelling with music and dance and tells the heartbreaking tale of the last Eskimo Curlew on earth on his last migration ever. The show will be held at St. Demetrius Ukrainian Orthodox Church at 3338 Lakeshore Avenue West; register for your ticket here. The show will be on May 27th at 3:00pm, directly after the Colonel Sam SMith birding festival. The performance venue is within walking distance of the park.

For more details, contact erondel@birdscanada.org.

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