Gardens and the Toronto Botanical Garden on Wilket
located in Don Mills near Lawrence East and Leslie.
7 photos include floral displays, White Admiral butterfly, tulip tree,
magnolia tree and Wilket Creek
- Wilket Creek, a tributary of the West Don
10 photos include scenery in summer, autumn and winter, trees, green
frog, snapping turtle
Don River Valley
10 photos include Chester Springs Marsh, the lower Don River, Crothers
Woods and Sun Valley, the Beechwood wetlands and meadows, butterflies
and a rabbit
in the Lower Don River Valley
10 photos include Black crowned night heron, Great
blue heron, woodpecker, oriole, killdeer, spotted sandpiper, ducks,
goldfinch, red winged blackbirds
Don River Valley in Winter
8 photos include Chester Springs Marsh, Mallard
ducks, Black duck, scenery
Don Valley Brickworks Park
a restoration project of the TRCA and Evergreen.
14 photos of the park, the geologically significant
North Slope, wildflowers, plants, trees and wetlands.
in Don Valley Brickworks Park
10 photos of Beaver, turtle, Great Blue Heron,
Green Heron, Chickadee, Golden crowned Kinglet, Red winged blackbird,
Song Sparrow, green frog.
Narrows, Mouth and Keating Channel
a degraded channelized area of the Don
8 photos include the scenery, Mallard ducks, Mute Swan, Black Crowned
Delightful garden interludes in the financial and
entertainment districts, 2 photos include wildgrass garden and pool
Thompson Seton Park
Near the forks of the Don, this park has picnic
areas, forest trails, wetlands and is accessed from Thorncliffe Park or
Don Mills Road.
8 photos taken in October 2005 on a hike through
the woods on trails used by mountain bikers and 4 photos in 2006 of
wetlands, yellow warbler, catbird and Canada Geese.
Sauriol Conservation Area
Running from the forks of the Don, to Lawrence
Avenue east of the Don Valley Parkway
8 photos of the East Don River scenery, Wigmore
Park and Elevated Wetlands at the Forks of the Don
and Todmorden Road in the Lower Don Valley
3 photos along an abandoned historic road in Aug.
2001 and 3 photos of Cudmore Creek in Nov. 2006
Brook and Sherwood Park
An open portion of a partly buried creek, 4 photos
include the brook in July 2001 and March 2006 and White breasted
G. Ross Lord Park
on the West Don
5 photos include the dam, scenery, wildflowers,
goldfinch and trumpeter swan
A tributary of the East Don, located in Markham; 6
photos include the creek, wildflowers and a garter snake in April 2006
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.