The Toronto Junior Field Naturalist Club
- 1933 - 1968
I was a member of the TJFNC through the '60s. Our meetings took place in the theatre and spread out from there to the unexplored back rooms that contained the really good stuff. I was in the herpetology and ichthyology group so we saw a lot of specimens in formaldehyde, but nothing was more impressive than the gigantic Lake Trout which was close to two metres in length and occupied a container the size of a coffin. Every spring we went on a field trip. This club was of immense importance to me and is why I am still a Museum member forty odd years later.