Northern Parula (Photo: Bruce Parker)
Red-eyed Vireo (photo: Ketha Gillespie)
Long-tailed Duck (Photo: Peter Fuller)
An orange variant of an adult male Rose-breasted Grosbeak Photo David Okines.
Waterfowl Count in the IBA
Common Nighthawk, Photo David Okines.


The Observatory is now open each morning for Spring Banding until May 31
 Trails in the National Wildlife Area and South Shore are open all year.
PEPtBO is a migration research station located in the Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area.  We are also caretakers for the Prince Edward County South Shore Important Bird Area.  We are a registered charity supported and run by volunteers.


Jun 4 Training Session to Help Monarchs
Help Monarchs! Free Training Session - Jun 4, 10 a.m. at the Observatory Please RSVP to info@peptbo.ca Prince Edward Point has been ...Full Story
Wednesday, March 27
Protecting Bird Habitats
One of the best ways to help bird populations is to protect habitat (for breeding or migration). For videos, information, ...Full Story
Monday, January 21
Canadian Snow Bunting Network
Read the Canadian Snow Bunting Network's latest newsletter HERE ...Full Story
Thursday, November 22

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