Eagle Banding – Sunday June 17, 2018

Eagle Banding – Sunday June 17, 2018 With Gerald MacDougall

Sunday morning 10:00 am. Meet at Orwell.

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Eagles build their nests high in P.E.I.’s tallest trees, usually white spruce. (Submitted by Gerald MacDougall )

We will travel about 5 minutes from there in cars then a little hike. Wear appropriate footwear and insect repellant.

 

Driving Directions to Orwell

Orwell Corner Historic Village is located just off the Trans Canada Highway, Route #1 midway between Charlottetown (28 kms-20 minutes) and the Northumberland Ferries Terminal at Wood Islands (32 kms – 25 minutes).
From Charlottetown

Take the Hillsborough Bridge and follow the Trans-Canada Hwy East.
Head southeast on the Trans-Canada Hwy toward Bunbury Rd and continue for 25 km.
Turn left onto MacPhail Park Rd and take the first right into the parking lot.

From Montague – 18 kms or 20 minutes

Take Route 210 across to Kinross and down to the Trans Canada. Turn right and then take your first right and follow the signs.

From Cavendish National Park – Approximately 70 kms or 45 minutes

GPS coordinates are latitude 46.256626, longitude 62.834892GPS N46 9.48 W-062 50.106

For more information contact Gerald MacDougall at eagle.dynasty@gmail.com

About Nature PEI

Nature PEI is the Natural History Society of Prince Edward Island.
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