If you see a Piping Plover on a beach in Atlantic Canada and Quebec, we want to know!
Nova Scotia: Bird Studies Canada (nsploversATgmail.com)
New Brunswick: Canadian Wildlife Service (jen.rockATec.gc.ca)
PEI: Island Nature Trust (projectsATislandnature.ca)
Newfoundland-Labrador: NS Dept. Environment and Conservation (david.andrewsATec.gc.ca)
Quebec: Attention FragÎles (attention.fragilesATtlb.sympatico.ca)
If you see a problem on a beach, like vandalism or a motorized vehicle, we want to know!
Nova Scotia: NS Dept. Natural Resources’ Hotline 1-800-565-2224
New Brunswick: NB Dept. Natural Resources’ District Tracadie-Sheila (506) 394-3636; District Richibucto (506) 523-7600
Prince Edward Island: Ministry of Environment, Energy and Forestry (902) 368-5000
Newfoundland-Labrador: Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Hotline 1-877-820-0999
If you see a Piping Plover with one or more bands on its legs, we want to know!
If you see oil on the beach or a Piping Plover that is oiled, we want to know!
If you see an injured Piping Plover, we want to know!
Contact a provincial wildlife officer as soon as possible.