***WHITE HAVEN and McDairmid WOODS PARKS*** #SCARBOROUGH #HIGHLANDCREEK #NATURE

VIDEO LINK: White Haven and McDairmid Woods Parks

DATE: Aug 18th, ‘19.

LOL: So I guess I’m exploring the Highland Creek’s Tributaries!!!!!! It’s quite fun!!! I’m looking forward to ‘exploring’ the Markham Branch south of the 401 (Big Highway).

I presume that Scarborough was badly planned – because it’s too big for itself. Thankfully it is somewhat divided into different neighbourhoods – however the ‘elites’ would scoff at this.

So – I also presume that the reason they built the Don Valley Parkway and that ‘Rosedale Road’ through the Don Valley was because they didn’t care (Emotional Body) about Nature at that time because they believed (Ketheric Template Body) that Nature should be mistreated for selfish gain [exploitation] (Relational Body). So this Unfavourable Belief (I-HUB) infected their Rational Body via Harmonic Induction and then gave them the Inner Thoughts that lead to their Inner Feelings of not caring about Nature.

I give you *MUCH* FREE information on the Human Energy Field in this Vid!!! Again – Stress just might be a HUGE upcoming Issue. People shouldn’t scoff at the Subject of Stress because – fundamentally – it is what causes you to get acutely sick (cold, flu etc.) in the first place. We all may know that Stress causes the Physical Body to create cortisol, and when it’s doing that, the immune system has ‘shut down’.

I also touch on a Good Point for people with ‘Type A’ personalities!

It’s only Corrupt *ssholes who scoff at the Subject of Stress. They probably only see you as their servile slave, wanting to exploit you until you die.

Much thanks to the Toronto and Region Conservation Authority for providing FREE publicly a really good map of the Highland Creek – so we know what its different tributaries are called!!!!!!

I know it might be interpreted as somewhat weird that I love Baneberry so much, however:

– It’s red berries are beautiful-looking

– It’s leaves are pretty

– It’s flowers are dainty and pretty

– It’s rarer than Jack-In-The-Pulpit (JITP)

I saw a Great Blue Heron!

I prefer to call these tributaries ‘creeks’ instead of ‘branches’.

FYI: Don’t eat:

– Wild Cucumber Pods

– Baneberry Berries

– JITP Berries

– Virginia Creeper Berries

– Solomon’s Seal Berries

– They’re all toxic to humans. They’re basically food for the birds and animals!

LOL – I was so impressed with McDairmid Wood’s Park (before I actually ‘inspected’ it). I was so looking forward to seeing some Baneberry.

Alert!

– Even though Ragweed (R) and Beggar’s Tick are beautiful Native Plants here, R is invasive in Central Europe and BT is invasive in New Zealand. Neither have the proper predators (birds and animals that eat them) in those countries. Anyway – if the predators were introduced, they themselves might also become invasive species. The best bet is to just fucking pull out the Central Europe Ragweed and the New Zealand Beggar’s Tick by hand!!!

I highly recommend to wear Latex/Plastic gloves when pulling DSV. Otherwise you will probably get really irritating dermatitis (the epidermis on your hands will start to peel, it will be painful when you dry your hands after washing them, they will look unsightly red).

McDairmid Wood’s may have been my first ‘taste’ of experiencing Invasive Trees and Bushes. I did notice that there were too many saplings there. On the Forest Floor, and also some type of ugly shrub here-and-there.

LOL- Sorry for the Rave Music being so loud at McDairmid Woods Park (MDWP), but by then my Headphones had completely broke and were unusable. They were only $40.00 (compared to seemingly better quality ones at $120.00), and I had had them for several months already.

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***CREEPY PREDATORY BIRD*** #CREEPINESS #BIODIVERSITY #ENVIRONMENTALISM

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DATE: Aug. 1st, ‘19

Alrighty (then)! So here I am again at Deekshill park!!!

I presume I might be in some type of love with this Park, because I have thought about several things that should be done to improve it!

– Make paths clearer/more obvious (maybe put down fresh Wood Chips and/or make a fence on either side of the trail/path.

– Create designated/official ‘People/Dog Friendly Areas’.

‘People Friendly’ area: A clearing in the woodland, Wood Chips to make it look pretty. Fence around it.

A Dog Park: Just a sturdy-fenced-off-area (LOL: my use of hyphens!!!)

Creating these designated People/Dog Friendly areas will ensure that people/dogs will be less likely to damage Plant Life. I’m not saying People are much like dogs. My point is that both will be ‘corralled’ by a fence. No, I’m not saying both are like cows. Ugh!!! SMH.

I’m really ‘dreading’ everything becoming SUPER DRY.

LOL – it’s Aug 3rd when I’m editing this and I *DID* take my Tripod out today. I was able to successfully detach the ‘Claw’ from the Base, however when I tried putting the Two back together – Umm, I’m not confident they are FULLY together. I will look at it tomorrow!!

12:40 – I have to mention: This is SO true! Today when I was elsewhere, the most biodiverse place was the border of the dirt trail (Malvern Branch of the Highland Creek Milner-North).

14:14 – My point was that if I had accepted the creepiness of the Predatory Bird, then that would mean I’d be likely to accept the creepiness of humans. Accepting creepy behaviour from humans can be dangerous – because creepiness indicates an Insalubrious Relational Body.

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***DEEKSHILL PARK IN THE SUMMER*** #SCARBOROUGH #WESTHILL #NATURE

VIDEO LINK: DEEKSHILL PARK IN JULY

DATE: July 11th, 19

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In this Vid, I take you back to Deekshill Park (DP) in West Hill. West Hill is a neighbourhood in the massive suburb of Toronto called Scarborough.

DP is in *quite* an urban area and is not fenced off. There is no proper trail. What I mean by that is that the trails are not fenced off from the rest of the Woodland, so that People have ‘run amok’ in the Wood and destroyed most of the plants there…

There is the ‘Manse Creek’ – I suppose – that runs through the Wood. Sadly this Creek was paved over and a subdivision was built overtop of it partway through its course. #angry

The Creek has the most concentration of Dog-Strangling Vine (DSV) in the whole Park. DSV is like an ‘opportunistic infection’. It’s ‘feeding’ off of the creek. #anger

In terms of the Biodiversity of DP – it seems more biodiverse than some parts of the Malvern Branch. Theres:

Baneberry

Virginia Creeper (one, LOL!)

Poison Ivy (a small patch, being ‘dominated’ by Enchanter’s Nightshade)

Wild Violet (I’ve already helped it out by the time of this Editing by removing the Garlic Mustard that was ‘harassing’ it)

Mystery Plant

Jack-In-The-Pulpit (1)

Solomon’s Seal (small patch)

You need to be careful when pulling Invasive and Non-Native Species in such a frequented area, because you might come across two potentially violent, ‘unsavoury’ individuals:

People who believe all Nature is Sacred, and that no plant could ever be poisonous, and that all Nature should be left alone

People on Booze or Drugs

…So I recommend that you wear a Hi-Vis T-Shirt (sexy!) when doing the work so that you ‘fit-in’ as a ‘Worker’ and look Official. Also wear hi-vis gloves.

Being cautious about the potential ‘crazies’ will save you from some awfulness:

an uncomfortable situation

An aggressive argument

Possible violence.

LOL…just sayin’. That’s what goes down in the ‘hood! (I heard several gunshots at the plaza the other night. I’m not condoning shooting people…I’m just stating a fact).

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***FIR VALLEY WOODS AND CATARAQUI PARK*** #biodiversity #invasivespecies #nativeplants

***FIR VALLEY WOODS and CATARAQUI PARK*** #biodiversity #invasivespecies #nativeplants
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May 10th ‘19

So when you take the Subway between Warden Station and Victoria Park Station, if you look out the window South, you will see a glade with a playground in the middle. This is Cataraqui Park. I remember seeing some Ground Cover Plants on the woodland on the left hand side when you go past, and I always had the feeling I wanted to investigate this place. So I did. Cataraqui Park was uneventful. All it really had was some Mayflower and some Trout Lily. Fir Valley Woods was more interesting, but might be dangerous due to its geography and possibility that it might be used by a gang.

Anyway, I was happy I got the chance to go and see these places! It is fun filming Toronto’s small woodlands and representing the decimation to Biodiversity that Dog-Strangling Vine (Black Swallow-Wort) and Garlic Mustard have done to them!

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