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Hunting is a popular recreational activity on Prince Edward Island. While the Island is famous for Canada geese hunting, quality opportunities also exist for other waterfowl such as black ducks, teal and a variety of sea ducks, as well as upland hunting for ruffed grouse and snowshoe hare. 

The Forests, Fish and Wildlife Division works with hunters and wildlife conservation groups to provide hunter education and safety training, information on game species, regulate outfitters and guides and a variety of other services designed to ensure the long term health of game species populations and a quality hunting experience for novice and experienced hunters.

Common Hunting Topics

Hunting Resources

Annual Hunting and Trapping Summary [PDF]
- Accurate information on sunrise and sunset times; follow the Other Locations link and select the Island community nearest you.



All upcoming workshops, training courses, and other outreach efforts of the Forests, Fiish and Wildlife Division are posted in FFW Events and Workshops. This includes events for hunters anglers, birdwatchers, land owners, and the public. 
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