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Cousins Pond Stream Fish Kill 2020 - Preliminary Report
Montrose River Fish Kill 2020 - Preliminary Report
How do fish kills happen?, Fish kills can occur for natural reasons., Under certain circumstances, large numbers of fish can die from natural causes. For example, every spring smelts and gaspereaux enter Island rivers to spawn and during this process some fish will die from natural causes,...
When properties or proportions of properties are proposed for designation under the Natural Areas Protection Act (NAPA), the province seeks comment and input from interested groups and individuals., Properties Proposed for Designation, There are currently no properties seeking public comment at...
Tree planting is a time honoured tradition on Prince Edward Island. People plant trees to beautify their homes, properties and communities; stabilize soils and create wind buffers; improve wildlife habitats; restore forest health; and grow high value forest products. Planting trees and shrubs is...
What do I need to hunt on PEI?, In order to hunt legally on PEI, you must have a valid hunting license and the Wildlife Conservation Fund fee. Most people also require: Firearms Safety Course Hunter Safety Course and/or a Bow Hunting Safety Course., How do I take a Hunter Education course?, The...
Fuelwood: Safe, Effective and Affordable., Islanders have traditionally used firewood as a cost-effective and readily available cooking and heating fuel. In recent years high fuel oil costs and concern over fossil fuels and climate change have increased demand for locally produced firewood. ...
Real Christmas trees are a natural, safe and 100 per cent biodegradable part of many Island Christmas traditions. PEI Christmas trees and wreaths are renowned for their quality, colour and fragrance. Snow covering trees in at a Christmas Tree farm Snow covered Christmas Trees Image caption: Island...
The Watershed Management Fund provides financial support to community-based watershed groups on Prince Edward Island., Who receives support from the Watershed Management Fund?, The fund supports the work of the PEI Watershed Alliance and approximately 24 community-based watershed groups across...
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...