“These ravines have captured and preserved the stories and relics of human history going back thousands of years,” author Jason Ramsay-Brown told the East York Historical Society meeting. “In many way they are our largest open-air museum.”
Toronto Field Naturalists
All of the pictures shown were taken in Toronto’s parks and ravines. Wildlife areas in the city that were put on display include Taylor Creek Park, Cedar Ridge, German Mills and High Park. These are all examples of Toronto’s natural habitats that the TFN is aiming to preserve.