Spring Bird Festival at Tommy Thompson Park
Saturday, May 12, 2018
Located on the Toronto Waterfront, Tommy Thompson Park is Toronto’s largest greenspace and provides critical stopover habitat for migrating birds. There have been 318 native species recorded to date at the park!
Join us at the Spring Bird Festival to learn about the amazing phenomenon of migration and the importance of bird conservation. A variety of activities will be offered for people of all ages and all birding abilities!
Please visit the activities page for more detail and note that some activities require registration. Activities and schedule is subject to change. Please confirm your registration before attending the festival.
Where is TTP?
Tommy Thompson Park is located at 1 Leslie Street, Toronto (at the foot of Leslie St, south of Lake Shore Blvd E).
FREE parking is available on Unwin Avenue or Leslie Street, and in the TTP Parking Lot. Parking is limited.
Getting to TTP via TTC
From Donlands Subway Station: Take the 83 Jones S. bus south from Donlands station to Commissioners St. It is a short walk south of the stop to the park.
From Downtown: Take the 501 Streetcar along Queen St. to Leslie St. Catch the 83 Jones S. Bus to Commissioners St. and walk south to the park entrance.
Other Things You Should Know
Please note that pets and unauthorized vehicles are not permitted in the park.
This year the Tommy Thompson Park Spring Bird Festival is excited to welcome Buster’s Sea Cove! This food truck will be stationed just within the front entrance to TTP from 11AM to 2PM. The Redpath Act of Sweetness Truck will also be at the Festival, giving out free cookies near the front entrance from 8AM to 11AM, and the Registration Table will be selling coffee!
Please know that this is the only food and beverages available at the festival. Make sure to bring adequate snacks and water for the day! There are limited garbage containers at the park. Remember simplest and most fundamental rule is: pack it in, pack it out.
We are always looking for bird friendly and nature/environmental organizations to participate in the festival. If you are interested in participating in some way (a display, leading a bird hike or a workshop) please let us know!
Send us an email at email@example.com. Please include the following in the subject line: Spring Bird Festival Exhibitor.
We are seeking experienced birders to lead hikes at the festival. We are also seeking experienced birders who speak a second language to lead hikes in that language at the festival. If you are interested in either of these opportunities please email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at (416) 661-6600 ext. 5972.
If your organization would like to sponsor our festival or donate prizes for the Baillie Birdathon please let us know! The more sponsorship we have the better our festival can be and the more we can help conserve migratory birds! Please send an email to email@example.com and include Spring Bird Festival Sponsor in the subject line. We thank you for your support!
Please contact us former information about the festival
Send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org