TTP's Winter Waterfowl Event is set for Saturday March 7th!
Many ducks spend the summer breeding in the Arctic and migrate south to Toronto for the milder winter. Come out to see and learn about these spectacular winter visitors at this one of a kind event!
To register for one of the workshops or guided nature walks, follow this link -https://ttpwinterwaterfowl.eventbrite.ca/ Or explore the park on your own and stop at the viewing station at the pedestrian bridge.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-661-6600 ext. 5770.
Don't be left out in the cold! Plan your winter visit to Tommy Thompson Park carefully.TTP is a wonderful destination during the winter. The heavy snow weighing down the bows of Pine trees on Peninsula B, the bright morning sun glistening off the ice of Cell Two and the crisp cold air from across Lake Ontario certainly create the ideal winter experience. Yet there are some hazards to keep in mind during your visit to the park. The weather can change suddenly and ice forms quickly and unevenly. For your safety, do not walk on frozen bodies of water. Also keep in mind that very strong and cold winter winds blow off the lake, so be sure to dress warmly before venturing out to the lighthouse.
Celebrate the season with a gift that goes beyond the holiday season. Adoption Certificates are perfect unique gifts for the nature lover on your list and proceeds go directly to the Tommy Thompson Park Bird Research Station. Visit Gifts of a Local Nature to get your certificate today!