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The report highlights some activities of PEI's Conservation Officers, safety tips and includes a map of enforcement activities in 2017.
The report highlights some activities of PEI's Conservation Officers, safety tips and includes a statistical summary from 2017.
The men and women who protect Canada’s natural resources, including Prince Edward Island conservation officers, gathered recently in Stanley Bridge . The theme of the conference was officer safety and training officers to meet both old and new challenges. While visiting the province, the Canadian...
Peter Mellish understands better than most the importance of following the rules when riding all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) in Prince Edward Island. The PEI ATV Federation president says spring is the time of year when riders return to the outdoors and support local businesses in rural areas along the...
Conservation officers patrol Island highways, seashores, farmlands, and wildlife areas to preserve and protect the province’s wildlife and natural environment. , What violations are reported to a conservation officer?, You can report incidents of poaching, illegal dumping or tips on illegal...
There’s something extra special about spending time outdoors in winter. Snowmobilers, hunters and trappers understand the value of spending time in nature experiencing the hidden parts of the Island that many never have the opportunity to see. Whether it’s skiing, ice skating, or snowmobiling, a...
Call 911 to report a fire, report a crime or save a life. To report a marine pollution incident to the Coast Guard call 1-800-565-1633. To report a wildlife related enforcement matter after normal office hours call (902) 368-4884 or visit princeedwardisland.ca/reportpoaching What do conservation...