High Park Hike Photo Journal Assignment


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Essay #: 072758
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High Park Hike Photo Journal Assignment
High Park is a unique location in Toronto. It is Toronto’s largest public park. It also displays a diversity of natural and man made features that can be found in few other places in the city, Ontario, Canada and even in the world (High Park Toronto 2011).
High Park covers a large area of Toronto. On the West its boundary is Ellis Road and Ellis Park Road. Its Eastern boundary is
Drive. The North Boundary is
Street and its South Boundary is the Queen’s way (essentially Queen Street). A map of High Park is provided as Appendix 1.
The Photo Journal
This paper is more concerned with High Park as an ecological community. A community is defined as, “a group of species occurring...
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