Birds of Toronto
Birds of Toronto is a remarkable guide to birds, the places they love, the challenges they face and what you can do to help them in Toronto. Birds of Toronto – Biodiversity Series (2019)
Birding in Toronto
Canada’s largest city boasts an impressive diversity of birds and bird habitats, with approximately 400 different species of birds spotted here.
Junior birder guide
Learn about birds and how to identify them with this guide with children’s activities.
Gardening for birds guide
Bring the Celebirdies home with this Gardening for birds guide.
Download pages to color in!
Sam the shorebird
Learn what you can do for plovers and the birds sharing the beaches with us.
Which birds live in your schoolyard? Find out by participating in a birdwatch at your school: Download your regional bird ID guide, go birdwatching, and submit your observations for science!
Top 6 things you can do for birds
Everybody can make small changes in their daily lives to help out birds and other biodiversity. Here are six easy things that you can do for birds.
Our participants are having a great time!
I learned about the success we can have if we work together to foster biodiversity and protect endangered species. Made me think anything is possible!
It took me back to my roots and reminded us that we can find joy in nature anywhere we want to look. A reminder that we can find nature anywhere we look for it.
I am inspired to make my environment as natural as possible, to be in the same habitat space with nature. I want to get more involved in activities around the city and I will look up more often!!
What did I love the most? Its reach– to see migration as a pattern, an activity through which more than birds move– and to ask questions about that. The making of connections between the human and the more than human. Four different encounters with the world– so lovely! The range of voices. Thanks to everyone!
We are so grateful for all you are doing for the birders, both backyard feeders and watchers. Thank you.
Ankur explained everything well and was very encouraging and inspiring. Andrés was very positive and enthusiastic and moderated the event well. I especially appreciated that it touched on ethical bird photography. Thank you so much!