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07/20/2016 00:00:00 Bats, Birds and Bees- Walks and Talks All Summer Central West $1 - $9

Now in its 3rd season, High Park Nature Centre has even more Urban Bat Walks and talks planned for this summer. Each walk will feature new and engaging bat subjects by experts in the field. Plus we've expanded the events to also feature Birds & Bees! See below for workshop titles: July 6th Echolocation: Who Uses it and Why July 20th Bees: Diversity and Importance July 27th Tracking Birds and Butterflies Across International Boarders August 3rd Avian Urbanites: Chimney Swifts in Toronto August 17th Bat Research at the ROM: From Toronto to the Tropics August 31st Nighthawk Count

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