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UTM Wildlife and Ornithology Club (UTWO) UTM

Welcome to the Wildlife and Ornithologist Club at the University of Toronto! Our student group is dedicated to promoting the study and appreciation of wildlife, with an emphasis on birds, and to provide educational, recreational, and social opportunities for our members. We aim to enhance the natural environment of the University of Toronto by encouraging sustainable and responsible interaction with wildlife and their habitats.

Our club members enjoy a wide range of activities and events, including birdwatching trips, birdhouse building workshops, photography contests, and clean-up events. We also host guest speakers and workshops on topics such as bird identification, conservation, and wildlife photography. Our events are open to all members, regardless of their level of experience or knowledge.

By joining our club, you can expect to meet other wildlife enthusiasts who share your passion for birds and the natural world. Our club provides a supportive and welcoming community where you can learn new skills, make new friends, and make a positive impact on the environment. We also offer opportunities to participate in citizen science projects and contribute to important research on wildlife and bird populations.

Whether you’re a seasoned birder or just starting out, we welcome you to join our club and become part of our community. So come and join us and experience the wonder and beauty of wildlife and birds with like-minded individuals.

Group Administration

Primary Contact

Isabel Paris Libert Co-President Isabel Paris Libert Co-President

Administrative Officers

Lenna Li Co-President Isabel Paris Libert Co-President

Other Executive Members

Adam Hicken Official Club Guide and Photographer Oulei Wang Social Media Manager Samriti Atta Secretary Aisha Kyryk Secretary

Group Expires:

September 30, 2024 11:59 pm

Last Updated:

September 25, 2023 10:46 am


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