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  1. People who wish to trap furbearing wild animals in PEI must apply for a trapping licence and have completed a Trapper Education Course. Information is available online about where trapping is permitted.Note: Please see 211 record for Trapper Education Course.
  2. People must complete a Trapper Education Course before applying for a trapping licence in PEI. Courses are offered twice per year, usually in April and October.
  3. Residents can apply for a licence to legally hunt wildlife in PEI. Non-residents can visit PEI Government website to find information about how to legally hunt in PEI as a visitor.
  4. In addition to obtaining a licence and paying the Wildlife Conservation Fund fee, most people in PEI must take a Hunter Education Course before being legally allowed to hunt wildlife. Upon successful completion of both parts of the course, students will receiv...
  5. New hunters must take a federal Firearms Safety Course before being issued a hunting licence in PEI. The Government of Prince Edward Island delivers this course locally on behalf of the federal government. Upon successful completion of the course, students may...
  6. People are required to have a permit to use outdoor fire pits/fireplaces or to dispose of grasses, brush, leaves or other woody debris during fire season (March 15 to November 30). Permits are not required for camp fires. Individuals can contact their local pr...
  7. People are required to have a permit to use outdoor fire pits/fireplaces or to dispose of grasses, brush, leaves or other woody debris during fire season (March 15 to November 30). Permits are not required for camp fires. Individuals can contact their local pr...
  8. People are required to have a permit to use outdoor fire pits/fireplaces or to dispose of grasses, brush, leaves or other woody debris during fire season (March 15 to November 30). Permits are not required for camp fires. Individuals can contact their local pr...
  9. People are required to have a permit to use outdoor fire pits/fireplaces or to dispose of grasses, brush, leaves or other woody debris during fire season (March 15 to November 30). Permits are not required for camp fires. Individuals can contact their local pr...
  10. People who wish to hunt with a bow in PEI are required to successfully complete the following: PEI Bow Hunting Safety Course (online) Tree Stand Safety Course (online) A practical bow shooting testNote: Please see 211 record for Hunting Licence to see the full...