Looming for some nature in Toronto? We've reviewed the best parks for seeing wildlife.

A map of Toronto's best nature parks
Wildlife FAQS for Toronto Nature

If you want to identify a bird, or just learn more about them, we can help. This month we are featuring profiles of those wonderful fishers, Great Blue Herons , Night Herons, and Great Egrets.
For more bird profiles, check out our Wildlife section.

Information and images about turtles, for homework or just plain curiosity

This month, we're featuring images and cool facts about those hard-shelled slowpokes, Turtles. They have been around for two hundred million years, so they must be doing something right.

A baby raccoon: what raccoons in the wild can tell us about raccoons in the city.

Raccoons: why is it that these masked bandits have adapted so well to city life? To find out, we looked into their strange habits in the wild to explain the Raccoons' amazing success in the city.

Your guide to the best nature walks in Toronto

If you're looking for a quick overview of where to go hiking in Toronto, or to see some great birds, we can help.

Best Nature Walks in the City

A quick guide to the best parks for walking through the forest, or by the water.

Best Birding Spots in the City

A quick guide to the best places to go bird watching in Toronto. Don't forget to bring your camera or binoculars!

Join our Facebook page to get a new nature picture every day.

It's easy to feel disconnected from nature, so two years ago, we started a nature diary that is now enjoyed by hundreds of people all over the world. Almost every day, we upload a new picture from nature of what was happening that day. The pictures appear here every day, or you can get them to sent to you via Facebook.

October 6th: 100 years ago, this would have been a rare sight - a mourning dove in Canada. Now, it is quite common....

Posted by Toronto Nature Diary on Tuesday, October 6, 2015
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