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Your P.E.I.: Wildlife pictures from around the Island

The wildlife of P.E.I. are sometimes known for hiding, but they're making themselves seen through your camera lenses and the many photos you've shared of birds, sea life and foxes.

Seals, foxes and birds are making themselves seen around P.E.I.

Tanya Howatt got up close to this snowy owl in Borden-Carleton, P.E.I. (Submitted by Tanya Howatt)

The wildlife of P.E.I. are sometimes known for hiding, but they're making themselves seen through your camera lenses and the many photos you've shared of birds, sea life and foxes.

These seal pups were spotted on the beach in Murray Harbour. (Submitted by Donna Aitken)
This bald eagle was looking for a snack in Bayview, P.E.I. (Submitted by Kathie Doiron)
"These shells were not 'set up' but were found like this on the beach," wrote Paul Aitken. The shot was taken in Brudenell Point, P.E.I. (Submitted by Paul Aitken)
This fox found a sunny spot for a snooze in Charlottetown. (Submitted by Carolyn Cockram)
Charles Easter was scolded by this squirrel while walking the trails in Bonshaw, P.E.I. (Submitted by Charles Easter)
This seal pup gave Heather Cunningham quite the look in Wood Islands Provincial Park. (Submitted by Heather Cunningham)

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