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VAXPASS – now required for meetings.

Hello to all planning on attending our October 5th Meeting, Nature PEI will be following the categorized COVID guidelines that PEI Public Health will be implementing on Tuesday, October 5th. Adding to our current COVID Operational Plan, proof of vaccinations … Continue reading

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Fall Colours at Mooneys Pond – A Nature Hike

Saturday, October 16, 2021 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM – 1.9 km. Please arrive by 1:20 PM to register. Rain date is Sunday October 17. To address COVID needs everyone must pre-register. To register, Contact Nicole Murtagh 902-218-2935 nicole_murtagh@hotmail.com Please wear clean gear: Muddy or … Continue reading

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Nature PEI Mushroom Walk-Brookvale Nordic Centre, with Ken Sanderson

Saturday Sept 25th, 2021 – 1:30 to 4:30: Mushroom Walk at the Nordic Centre, Mark Arendz Provincial Ski Park, Brookvale, PEI.  Mushroom enthusiast Ken Sanderson will provide a short introduction and lead exploration of hardwood and softwoods habitats at the … Continue reading

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Laura MacNeil – Reading Our Island’s Rocks

Laura MacNeil — Tuesday Oct. 5th, 2021 Presentation Title: Reading our Island’s rocks: A step into life, land, and climate on Prince Edward Island 60 million years before dinosaurs Description: Prince Edward Island holds Canada’s largest record of the Permian … Continue reading

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Misguided Kindness

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Fox Awareness Project 2021

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Fern Walk with Kate MacQuarrie

Fern Walk with Kate MacQuarrie Come wander through the woods and learn all about the variety of ferns that can be found on PEI. Ferns will be the main focus, but we will take a look at many other woodland plants along the … Continue reading

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Red Fox Feeding Leads to Collaboration with Island Cities

Charlottetown, 24 June 2021 The high incidence of people feeding foxes, the current situation of disease in a previous high density city fox population, and the desire to keep wildlife wild has motivated several organizations to collaborate to look for … Continue reading

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Kindness to Red Foxes Misplaced

From The Park Bench Newsletter – Summer 2021 – City of Charlottetown It seems normal that people were intrigued and excited by a high urban red fox population in Charlottetown a mere five years ago. Each sighting was a highlight, … Continue reading

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