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Birdwatching Scenic Places of Toronto and Surrounding Area

Claireville Conservation Area

Claireville Conservation Area is an amazing bird watching scenic place in Toronto. It offers you 848 acres of natural, forested area. It is a place of natural and cultural heritage features.

As stated on the website, a passive conservation area for the preservation of local wildlife and natural landscape, Claireville is a popular destination for local birders, walkers and bikers.

8180 Hwy 50, Brampton, ON L6T 0A6 (View Map)

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Birds Canada

Over 60 000 of caring Canadians and enthusiasts once built a Birds Canada. Organisation that aims to keep an eye on the health of bird populations.

As stated on their website, their mission is to conserve wild birds through sound science, on-the-ground actions, innovative partnerships, public engagement, and science-based advocacy.

115 Front Rd., P.O. Box 160, Port Rowan, ON N0E 1M0 (View Map)

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Toronto Islands – Ward’s Island Park

Ward’s Island Park at Toronto Islands is a perfect location for bird watching and fishing. Enjoy an amazing and unforgettable weekend in nature, watching birds in such a scenic place.

As stated on the website, Ward’s Island Park is listed as a top spot to see in the City’s Birds of Toronto Biodiversity Series booklet.

17 Lakeshore Ave, Toronto, ON M5J 2C3 (View Map)

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Tommy Thompson Park

One of the most unique places near downtown Toronto is a Tommy Thompson Park. The land It is located on is completely man-made. The construction started in 1959 and today it is a scenic place for nature lovers and people who like bird watching.

As stated on their website, more than 100,000 visitors enjoy Tommy Thompson Park every year. This “accidental wilderness” is now widely recognized as one of the best areas for greenspace improvement along the Toronto waterfront.

1 Leslie St, Toronto, ON M4M 3M2 (View Map)

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Rouge National Urban Park

Rouge National Urban Park is a perfect place for families with kids as far for those who want to spend time in quiet, scenic nature watching birds. Among other activities here you can try hiking, fall photography and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in winter.

According to the website, located adjacent to the Toronto Zoo, off Zoo Road, this area of the park is known for its rare forests, restored wetlands, and stunning fall colors.

195 Rouge Hills Dr, Scarborough, ON (View Map)

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