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1. Happy trails in the Happy Valley Forest

(Web Page; Fri Jan 08 10:15:00 CST 2016)

We heard the eastern wood pewee before we saw it. Just as the name suggests, we could hear it calling “Pee-oo-wee! Pee-oo-wee!” as we walked along the trail in the Happy Valley Forest. We stopped to admire some of the older-...

Description: We heard the eastern wood pewee before we saw it. Just as the name suggests, we could hear it calling “Pee-oo-wee! Pee-oo-wee!” as we walked along the trail in the Happy Valley Forest.

2. Goldie Feldman Nature Reserve, Happy Valley Forest, Ontario

(Web Page; Tue Oct 30 12:17:00 CDT 2018)

Just half an hour outside of Toronto lies an unexpectedly tranquil green space: the Happy Valley Forest. Over the years, the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) has protected 737 acres (298 hectares) in the heart of King Township, ensur...

Description: Just half an hour outside of the mega metropolis Toronto lies an unexpectedly tranquil green space – the Happy Valley Forest, Ontario. From ravines to ridges, old fields to wooded wetland habitats, Happy Valley Forest offers a diversity of topography and scenery to satisfy hikers of all ages.

3. Happy Valley Forest – Pottageville Swamp Natural Area

(Web Page; Wed Jan 23 08:48:00 CST 2019)

Why this place is important Surrounded by the growing metropolis of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) in southern Ontario, Happy Valley Forest – Pottageville Swamp is a natural oasis with vast ecological, historical and cultural impo...

Description: Surrounded by the growing metropolis of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) in southern Ontario, Happy Valley Forest – Pottageville Swamp is a natural oasis with vast ecological, historical and cultural importance.

4. Réserve naturelle Goldie Feldman, Forêt Happy Valley, Ontario

(Web Page; Thu Mar 21 22:29:00 CDT 2019)

À seulement une heure de route de Toronto se trouve un espace vert étonnamment paisible : la forêt Happy Valley. Au fil des ans, Conservation de la nature Canada (CNC) a protégé 737 acres (298 hectares...

Description: À seulement une heure de route de Toronto se trouve un espace vert étonnamment paisible : la forêt Happy Valley. Au fil des ans, Conservation de la nature Canada (CNC) a protégé 737 acres (298 hectares) au coeur du canton de King, assurant ainsi la survie d'une forêt ancienne et des espèces qui en dépendent dans la moraine d'Oak Ridges, et ce, au beau milieu du développement environnant.

5. Bats of the Happy Valley Forest region

(Web Page; Thu Oct 22 11:28:00 CDT 2015)

I’ve had many encounters with bats in the Happy Valley Forest over the years, but perhaps the most memorable was the one day in my practicing years when I was asked to visit on elderly lady at home. Consultants tend to eschew house...

Description: I’ve had many encounters with bats in the Happy Valley Forest over the years, but perhaps the most memorable was the one day in my practicing years when I was asked to visit on elderly lady at home.

6. NCC's new Happy Valley Forest Hike Series

(Web Page; Mon Jul 11 08:19:00 CDT 2016)

City, meet nature “How far do you think we are from Dundas Square?” It’s an odd question that Todd Farrell, coordinator of conservation biology in central Ontario for the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC), poses to a...

Description: A review of one of the events in NCC's Happy Valley Forest Hike Series, launched in the summer of 2016, as told by Nicole Evelyn Senyi.

7. Happy Valley Forest Map

(Web Page; Mon May 08 10:07:00 CDT 2017)

Description: Happy Valley Forest Map

8. Birds of the Happy Valley Forest (Part Three)

(Web Page; Tue Sep 15 08:36:00 CDT 2015)

Without a doubt the pileated woodpecker is close to the top of dramatic inhabitants of the Happy Valley Forest. Its demanding call is befitting of the crow-like size and overall rugged appearance — wild! One cannot walk in the fore...

Description: Without a doubt the pileated woodpecker is close to the top of dramatic inhabitants of the Happy Valley Forest.

9. Flowers of the Happy Valley Forest

(Web Page; Thu Jun 25 13:12:00 CDT 2015)

The trees, flowers, ferns, birds and other animals of the Happy Valley Forest have been observed and catalogued over the past 60 years - altogether 200 species of plants have been identified growing on the floor of this forest located on...

Description: The trees, flowers, ferns, birds and other animals of the Happy Valley Forest have been observed and catalogued over the past 60 years by the author, his family, and his colleagues. Altogether 200 species of plants have been identified growing on the floor of this forest located on the outskirts of Greater Toronto.

10. Happy Valley Forest 13

(Web Page; Tue Oct 25 09:32:00 CDT 2016)

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