Coffee Birds in our Backyard

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This post is to bring you a few of the beautiful photographs taken by Vincent Falardeau in our back garden in the Long Branch neighbourhood of the City of Toronto.  These birds spend their winters on shade coffee farms in Central and South America.  Traditional rustic coffee farms are the last refuge for these beautiful creatures as their formerly lush wintering grounds are deforested.

Palm Warbler
Palm Warbler

We want you to understand that they are here.

Yellow-rumped Warbler
Yellow-rumped Warbler

They are beautiful.

Indigo Bunting
Indigo Bunting in Eastern Redbud

They will visit if you give them a bit of habitat in your backyard…

Ruby-crowned Kinglet
Ruby-crowned Kinglet

… or your local park

Yellow-rumped Warbler High Park
Yellow-rumped Warbler High Park

And that the most effective thing you can do to help them survive is to drink our Certified Bird Friendly coffee.

American Redstart
American Redstart

See more of these amazing photographs in Vincent’s exhibit at our café.

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COVID-19 Update

Café

  • Open 7-5 weekdays, 9-4 weekends
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  • 9 seat patio (contact tracing in effect)
  • curated market of groceries
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  • Capacity: 2 take-out customers
  • electronic payments only (no cash)
  • one way flow: enter by the front, leave by the back

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