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East Lake Creek – Hold

The East Lake Creek Watershed has two main tributaries that originate in the community of Elmira. East Lake Creek empties into East Lake, which drains into the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

At a Glance

2573 hectare area
64.1% of watershed area is forested
209 hectares of land are owned by the PEI Government
Approximately 472 acres of agricultural land
14.1 km of stream
Not listed as a significant Atlantic salmon river

Many species of wildlife make use of the habitats within the watersheds. The links below are resources and observations within the watershed.

Many species of wildlife make use of the habitats within the watersheds. The links below are resources and observations within the watershed.

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Habitat Stewardship Program

Note: This activity has been completed. Souris and Area Branch of the PEI Wildlife Federation is considered the leading watershed ...
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