The Parks department of the City of Toronto has recently produced a brochure titled "Birding in Toronto" that is available for free at City libraries.
The publication comes from the Toronto Bird Flyways and Sanctuaries Project whose goals are to fill a need for bird protection and to respond to a growing recreational interest in birding.
The project focuses on habitat restoration work that enhances bird flyway corridors that connect to larger continental ecosystems.
In this brochure, Sam Smith Park is appropriately shown as a "bird sanctuary", an integral link in Toronto's western watershed flyway corridor.
Below are some scans from the publication.