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Recent Releases from Ontario Nature/Toronto Region Conservation Authority/Ontario Power Authority

Toronto Celebrates Butterflies at Tommy Thompson Park

Published Fri, 17 Aug 2012 18:34:48 EST Read More

MEDIA/PHOTO OP ADVISORY For Immediate Release Fourth Annual Tommy Thompson Park Butterfly Festival features guided butterfly walks, family nature walks, butterfly displays and a nature photography workshop on August 25th Late August is the prime time to get a glimpse of the Monarch butterfly before it starts its annual journey of more than 3,500 kilometres to Mexico. This incredible migration begins with the gathering of the Monarchs ...... Click here to read this release



Experience the Beauty of Monarch Butterflies and Watch as They Get Ready for Their Migration to Mexico at the Tommy Thompson Park Butterfly Festival

Published Wed, 24 Aug 2011 14:03:41 EST Read More

MEDIA/PHOTO OP ADVISORY For Immediate Release Third Annual Tommy Thompson Park Butterfly Festival Celebrates Butterfly Conservation, Biodiversity and Family Fun on August 2 (TORONTO August 22, 2011) - Monarch butterfly sightings will be in full swing when Monarch butterflies start their annual journey of more than 3,500 kilometres from Canada to Mexico where they spend the winter. This incredible migration takes place between August a...... Click here to read this release