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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...
Map showing the sites with reported anoxic events in 2021
Anoxic events are a common occurrence in Island estuaries during the summer months. The symp toms of an anoxic event include: milky white or green discolouration of the water, H 2 S or 'rotten turnip' odour, and low (near zero) dissolved oxygen readings. A list...
A change to regulations under the, Environmental Protection Act, means a new program will be in place in the province to collect and recycle agricultural plastics. Prince Edward Island will be the first province in the Atlantic region with a regulated extended producer-responsibility program (EPR...
What do residents need in order to hunt legally on PEI?, In order to hunt legally on PEI, residents must : Obtain a PEI hunting Licence If you are hunting migratory birds, please refer to the Other Information links listed below Pay the annual Wildlife Conservation Fund fee (see below) Show proof...
What do non-residents need in order to hunt legally on PEI?, In order to hunt legally on PEI, non-residents must : Obtain a PEI hunting Licence If you are hunting for species such as ducks or geese, a federal Migratory Bird Permit Show proof of Hunter Safety training Hunt with a licensed resident...
Islanders can register for the annual Provincial Hunting Workshop taking place Saturday, September 11 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Trap & Skeet Club in Mount Albion. The free workshop is open to all ages and experience levels and provides helpful tips and safety training. During the event,...