Author Archives: Ron Arvidson

January Birds

With winter upon us, most of our activities during December focused on the provincial Christmas Bird Counts. We had fine weather during most of the month so they mostly went off without a hitch. Our first Count was at East … Continue reading

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Birding Through December

December is starting out slow but we have been getting some interesting sightings across the province. We have had a number of reports in the past few weeks of Northern Cardinals being seen at various locations on the Island. Reports … Continue reading

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Fraternizing with the Locals

As we work further into the Fall, those birds that have been with us from spring into late Summer, like the Warblers and Shorebirds, have mostly moved on. Now we are left with those hearty birds who live with us through … Continue reading

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Here Comes Fall

September brought us into the middle of shorebird movement through Prince Edward Island. Shorebirds have been moving through on their southward migration for a while now and we were eager to get on with it by participating in a brand … Continue reading

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September Birds on PEI

September is generally a fine month for birding on PEI. Shorebirds are on the move and fortunately some of us were able to take advantage of a Shorebird ID Workshop and Field Trip hosted by Island Nature Trust and led … Continue reading

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