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2016 Winter Woodlot Tour

CANCELLED: Due to weather and poor site conditions, the 2016 Winter Woodlot Tour scheduled for Saturday, February 6, 2016 has been canceled. A decision on whether or not to reschedule will be made at a later time.

PEI Maple Syrup Producers

Prince Edward Island has a small but vibrant Maple Syrup industry. Beginning in March, many Island producers welcome people to visit their sugar bush and see how this truly Canadian treat is made.

2015-16 Hunting and Trapping Summary

The 2015-16 Hunting and Trapping Summary is now available on-line and at license vendors, Access PEI offices and Forests, Fish and Wildlife Division offices across the province.

Don't Move Firewood
Mature Elm trees killed by Dutch Elm Disease. This disease was brought to North America in the 1920s on infected wood from Europe.

Untreated firewood, even small bundles, can quickly move harmful forest insects and disease pests from one region to another. This summer, please ask your friends, relatives and visitors from away to leave their firewood home and buy some when they get here.

White Nose Syndrome in Island Bats

White Nose Syndrome is a deadly fungal infection that has devastated bat populations. Sometimes infected bats will emerge during the winter months and you can report any sightings to 902 368 4683



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