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Watersheds on PEI, A watershed is an area of land that drains surface water and groundwater into a river or stream. Prince Edward Island has more than 250 watersheds. They provide drinking water for the province, as well as water for agricultural and commercial needs. Every Islander has a...
The Acadian Forest, A map on PEI, nova Scotia and New Brunswick showing the range of the Acadian Forest Region The range of the Acadian Forest Prince Edward Island is part of Canada's Acadian Forest region. This forest region (orange) covers all of PEI and Nova Scotia and most of New Brunswick...
Young and first-time hunters have incentives from the provincial government to take up the sport this season. Hunting licenses – as well as the required hunter safety training courses – are now free for first-time hunters. Hunter licenses are issued to Islanders and non-residents by the province’s...
What is the Wildlife Conservation Fund?, The Wildlife Conservation Fund provides funding for the protection and enhancement of wildlife and wildlife habitats on Prince Edward Island. The Fund is generated from the annual licence fees of anglers, hunters and trappers and from the sale of motor...
Hunting for migratory birds or upland game has been an important activity for generations of Islanders. The Hunting Resources and Information Centre provides links on licensing, resident and non-resident hunting regulations, outfitting and guides and hunter education programs. Visit Hunter and...
For 2019, North Carolina has chosen Agriculture and the Environment: Knowledge and Technology to Feed the World as their 5th topic. The Provincial Forest Envirothon will focus on the increasing role technology plays in the production of food and protection of the Island's environment. , 2019...
Wetlands are shallow, wet areas that support aquatic plants such as sedges, bulrushes and cattails, as well as shrubs and trees. These areas provide habitat for waterfowl, fish, amphibians and hundreds of invertebrate species., Why are wetlands important to PEI?, Wetlands cover five per cent of the...
Bird watching and bird feeding are common pastimes for many Islanders. Since records began, some 368 bird species have been observed on the Island in forests, coastal regions, wetlands and other areas. The All The Birds of Prince Edward Island and Nature PEI sites contain many resources for...
Do I need to take a Bow Hunting Safety course?, Yes. In order to hunt with a bow on PEI, all bow hunters are required to successfully complete a Bow Hunting Safety course. The Course includes: PEI Bow Hunting Safety Course Hunter Safety Course Tree Stand Safety Course and a practical bow shooting...
2018 PEI Maple Syrup Producers List