Wildlife Trekker
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Wildlife Trekker

A Red-tailed Hawk hiding in the weeds of a Toronto Park.

Hawk Drama at High Park

Would a bird in need ever be rescued?

On June 13, I went to High Park in Toronto’s west end for what I thought would be a day of butterflies and dragonflies. The park is vast (161 hectares, or 400 acres) and contains a variety of habitats, including wetlands and one of the last dry-oak savannahs in the Greater Toronto Area. More than 90 species of butterflies have been recorded in the park and…

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Edward O'Connor

Edward O'Connor

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Has worked as a freelance writer and book editor for more than 30 years. Author of the novel Astral Projection. https://edwardoconnor.ca