LUNCH WITH BIRDS AT QUEEN’S PARK
See what bird migration season has to offer in the big city! Queen’s Park provides some of the best bird habitats in downtown Toronto due to the wide variety of mature tree species there. During the migration season, birds passing through Toronto flock to this park due to a scarcity of other nearby resting spots. Join Royal Ontario Museum’s Biodiversity Director Mark Peck for a quick 45-minute lunch-time bird walk to see what species are passing through the city today! Bring binoculars if you have them!
Sing up here –it fills up quickly!
***Please note, meet up at King Edward horse statue in the middle of the north end of the Park. Due to construction meet up location may change, look for a small crowd of people with binoculars.
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