Toronto has wonderful facilities for communing with
nature. Bicycle trails and pathways join most of the river valleys and
follow the Lake Ontario shoreline. Most neighbourhoods have convenient
access to parks and ravines.
Many of my photos were taken on outings with the Toronto Field
Naturalists and with Friends of the Don East.
The TFN organizes a variety of walks throughout the year with
For information and maps of the watersheds please
visit the Lost
Rivers Walks Website.
I have divided the site into sections for easier
navigation and have added a
photo gallery with high resolution photos.
More photos will be added as time permits.
New pages include Wildlife in the Don Valley Brickworks
and Birds in the Lower
Don Valley, Centennial
Creek and Wilket Creek, and the
Garden on Toronto Island.
New photos have been added to High Park and all
of the pages in My Garden
and I have added a new page for Life Cycle of the Monarch Butterfly.
I have added a new page of Nature and Recreation Links.
and Gardens in Central Toronto
includes Edwards Gardens, Wilket Creek, Lower Don Valley, Don Narrows
and Mouth, Toronto Brickworks Park, E.T. Seton Park, Charles Sauriol
Conservation Area, Cudmore Creek, Burke Brook, City Gardens, German
- Parks and Gardens in East Toronto
includes Rouge Valley, Highland Creek, Thomson Memorial Park.
- Parks and Gardens in West Toronto
Includes Etobicoke Creek, Centennial Park, Humber Arboretum, Humber
River, High Park, Lambton Woods, James Gardens, Mimico Creek .
includes Scarborough Bluffs, East Point, Rouge Beach, Rosetta McClain
Gardens, Ashbridges Bay, Tommy Thompson Park (Leslie Spit), Toronto
Islands, Humber Bay and Shores, Colonel Samuel Smith Park, Marie Curtis
- My Garden Index
includes plants, birds, butterflies, insects
My photos may be used for not-for-profit
educational purposes if I am given credit for the photos and I would
appreciate being advised where my photos are being used. I can provide
higher resolution photos on request.
I have uploaded some of my better high resolution
bird and insect photos to Flickr.