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June 10, 2024 - Fox kit peeking out of its den, Isobel Fitzpatrick
June 11, 2024 - Mayflowers in the frost, Isobel Fitzpatrick
June 12, 2024 - A Golden-crowned kinglet peeking through the branches along the Confederation Trail near Souris, Wanda Bailey
June 13, 2024 - Ruby-throated hummingbird on the clothesline in the Baltic, Isobel Fitzpatrick
June 14, 2024 - Lupins after the rain, Isobel Fitzpatrick
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Souris and Area Branch of the

PEI Wildlife Federation

We are a non-profit group dedicated to the conservation, protection, and enhancement of wildlife habitat in eastern Prince Edward Island. Since 1954, we have been working tirelessly for the betterment of our community so that future generations can continue to enjoy the natural world around them.

This Week's

A View from Eastern Kings

Souris and Area Wildlife Branch is proud to host "A View From Eastern Kings", where a new photograph from our area is showcased everyday.

Space Rental

The Lodge

The Lodge is available for rental by Souris and Area Branch of the PEI Wildlife Federation. This recently refurbished space is fully wheelchair accessible and features a new kitchen, new lighting, new bathrooms and new flooring throughout. The kitchen is food safety licensed and has a 6-burner propane stove, two fridges with freezers, and a dishwasher.


Lobster Dinner

We would like to sincerely thank everyone who supported our 8th Annual Fundraising Lobster Take-Out Dinner this year, it was a huge success! A sold-out dinner event that we are incredibly happy to have been able to share with you all.

Get Involved

We are active and involved in multiple projects at any given time.

The SAB is active throughout the year and is typically involved in multiple projects at any given time. Tradionally, work crews are busiest in the summer months, working on everything from stream enhancement to water quality monitoring, with many exciting projects in between. As always, all projects worked on by the SAB are undertaken for the benefit of the environment and people of the Eastern Kings area.

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