Educating youth about wetlands and waterfowl is a big part of our mission at Ducks Unlimited Canada. To protect and sustain the health of precious natural resources like wetlands and watersheds, we need to make sure young people understand conservation concepts and practices.
We offer a variety of award winning education programs and partnerships to engage youth and empower them to make a difference in their own communities.
Learn how your secondary school can join our network of Wetland Centres of Excellence.
Project Webfoot is linked to the elementary curriculum in grades 4 to 6. We provide learning resources for teachers and students and fund field trips to local wetlands for sponsored classes.
Tell us what you’re doing to help make a difference for Canada’s wetlands and become a Wetland Hero.
What duck are you? Find out with Duck Detectives.
Browse all of our educational resources.
Explore migration and the need to protect habitats across North America’s flyways with this online, interactive activity.
This resource booklet gives you inspiring examples and step-by-step ideas on activities to take action.
Help you and your students plan a safe and interesting field trip.
This field notebook is designed to help guide younger students' observations as they visit a local wetland.
This award-winning program provides ways for exploring wetlands across cultures and recognizing the value of wetlands.
Create your own fun art project with these 3-D paper models.
Give students and teachers a new understanding of, and appreciation for salt marshes.