Monthly Archives: March 2015

Toronto’s Winter Waterfowl

I’ve been wanting to write a post on winter ducks in Toronto for over a year. The opportunity finally presented itself early this month when I volunteered at Tommy Thompson Park’s Winter Waterfowl Event. It was a wonderful winter day … Continue reading

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Crab Plovers are Childcare Innovators – They also burrow – Who knew?

When I think of a shorebird, I do not think of a creature that breeds in a burrow. And I certainly don’t picture a striking white and black bird standing guard over multiple burrows to shoo wayward chicks back in … Continue reading

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