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About Nature PEI

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

BioBlitz June 16-17, 2017

You are invited to participate in a 24 hour bioblitz that brings together citizens, expert naturalists, and taxonomic scientists to inventory as many species as possible. The event will run from noon Friday, June 16 to noon Saturday, June 17 … Continue reading

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All Around the Hillsborough events

 All Around the Hillsborough events coming up include: Around the Hillsborough Recreational Cycling Road Ride on June 3rd (see attached poster); and The Hillsbrough Canoeing, Kayaking, and Paddle Boarding event at Pigot’s Trail Boat Landing in Mount Stewart on June … Continue reading

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Arizona Dreamin’ – Birding Where It’s Much Warmer

At our next meeting of Nature PEI, join local birders Rosemary Curley and Dan McAskill as they take us on a photo journey of their birding adventure with other naturalist friends in southeastern Arizona in 2016. “It was a very … Continue reading

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Bain Bird Count – 2017

Update – Date Changed – Nature PEI’s Bain Bird Count – now on Sunday May 28, 2017. Due to weather forecasts (wind and rain) the Saturday activities have been moved to Sunday. Results from Saturday can still be submitted and … Continue reading

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Flowerflies, Slugs & Snails

Nature PEI to host a workshop on Flowerflies, Slugs & Snails Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island – May 13, 2017 –  Nature PEI is beginning collections of flower flies, snail and slugs this month and will be hosting a workshop about these … Continue reading

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Birding & History Hike at Pigot’s Trail

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May Meeting Topic – Lyme Disease

Join us at Nature PEI’s monthly meeting where Kami Harris will introduce us to the 5 Ws of Lyme disease, a bacterial infection that is transmitted to people and animals through a tick bite.  “The risk of Lyme disease is … Continue reading

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