University of PEI, Department of Environmental Studies

Building on the research done in the first year of this project, a large survey was done with farmers on PEI to further explore if voluntary stewardship can be used to encourage protection of species at risk on private land in PEI.

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Nature PEI (Natural History Society of PEI)

This project and an Ontario study expanded the PEI spider list to 197 species from an original 38. It contributes to the General Status of Wildlife in Canada, a program all Canadian jurisdictions support in order to learn more about all wildlife species.

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Marine Animal Response Society

Operation of a toll-free hotline for the public to report distressed and dead marine animals is crucial for timely response and collection of scientific and conservation data.

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Canadian Rivers Institute, University of PEI

Collectively, our assessments over the last three springs have indicated that the ideal fishway design for PEI is the nature-like (bypass channel) type. This design represents the best compromise between cost and passage efficiency, and is particularly suitable for poorer swimming fishes.

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Bird Studies Canada

The long-term goal of the Marsh Monitoring Program is to monitor secretive wetland-dependent birds that are not well detected by other survey methods and for which we have little knowledge on population dynamics.

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