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Author archive for David Todd

  • Nature School students take story walk at Kortright Centre

    Storytelling in the Forest

    Fall 2019: Storytelling is an important part of the Nature School experience. Through storytelling, children learn about themselves, their friends,…

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  • Nature School students at play

    Play is Learning

    Fall 2019: Play may be kid stuff, but as we’ve observed at the Nature School, it’s also an important form…

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  • children balance on log at Kortright Centre Nature School

    Fall in the Forest

    Fall 2019: The beginning of September saw us return to our Nature School. Our returning students greeted us and each…

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  • red tailed hawk

    ONTARIO NATURALIST CERTIFICATION COURSE LEVEL I

    REGISTRATION FOR THIS COURSE IS NOW FULL. Please call 416-667-6295 to be added to the waiting list.

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  • dragonfly

    ONTARIO NATURALIST CERTIFICATION COURSE LEVEL II

    This advanced naturalist course introduces new topics and builds upon the skills learned in the Ontario Naturalist Course Level I.

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  • apiarist tends beehive at Kortright Centre

    INTRODUCTION TO BEEKEEPING

    This seven-part course provides information and hands-on opportunities for the beginner beekeeper.

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  • forest trail at Kortright Centre in winter

    WINTER TREE ID** – Online

    This online workshop will introduce tree features that are useful for winter identification of deciduous trees.

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  • aerial view of Don Valley

    HUMAN IMPACTS ON THE LANDSCAPE** – Online

    This online workshop will look at current and historical land use patterns in Southern Ontario and how they have influenced…

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  • eastern cottontail rabbit

    MAMMAL TRACKING AND ID* – Online

    This online unit covers identification — including sign and tracking — of common mammal species in Ontario.

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  • peeper

    AMPHIBIANS OF ONTARIO* – Online

    This online workshop covers identification, habitat and conservation concerns for the 26 species of native amphibians found in Ontario.

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