Golden-crowned Kinglet
Bohemian Waxing (Photo © Bruce Parker)
Red-bellied Woodpecker (Photo: David Okines)
Volunteers count waterfowl in the South Shore IBA
Red-eyed Vireo (photo: Ketha Gillespie)
Long-tailed Duck (Photo: Peter Fuller)


Banding is complete for Fall 2019.  The Observatory reopens April 15 2020.
 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.
PEPtBO is accepting applications for Interns for 2020 - See Details

Celebrate the birds of PEC with a copy of this 46-page, full-colour poetry book.

Features images of birds by local photographers and contest-winning poetry. 




Canada Warbler in the News
Read the article Protecting the Canada Warbler at both ends of its epic journey  published by BirdLife International. We band a number of Canada ...Full Story
Monday, February 3
Fall Dinner and Auction 2019
Queen's prof. wows crowd at PEPtBO dinner  Dr. Stephan Lougheed from Queen's University entertained the crowd at the PEPtBO dinner on ...Full Story
Monday, November 11
Amazing Saw-whet Owls
Read the fascinating report by Scott Weidensaul about Saw-whet Owl banding. ...Full Story
Monday, November 11

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