Prince Edward Island is also located on the migratory corridor of many bird species. Some birds migrate completely out of their summer range, others migrate partly from the northern part of their summer range to the southern part. Other birds are permanent residents, and even this number can vary over the years, depending on the severity of the winter, which would understandably make sources of food harder to find.
Thank you to the following contributors who gave permission to publish their photos on this website:
Jodi Arsenault, Matt Beardsley, Lynne Bradley, Don Jardine, Michele Lawlor, Brett MacKinnon, Don McLelland, Barry Murray, Roberta Palmer, Helen Power-Lewis, John Read, Chris Rice, Marie and Richard Smith, Dale Sorensen, Daniel St. Laurent, Anthony Thorne and Megan Thorne.
A special ‘Thank You’ to the Souris and Area Branch of the PEI Wildlife Federation, who helped contact their members for bird photos, and to these members who graciously responded and gave permission to publish their photos:
Wanda Bailey, Carmela Cheverie, Sara Deveau, JoAnne Dunphy, Isobel Fitzpatrick, Jane Hanlon, Lois Kilburn, Gina L’Esperance, Judy MacDonald, Nova MacIsaac, Kathy McCormack, Marcy Robertson, and Sandra Meade.
One more note: birds – especially the migratory ones – know no geopolitical frontiers, so they can be found in vast areas, overlapping provincial and country boundaries. For birds in other locations, you can check this website: https://birdsoftheworld.info/.