Ducks from a distance: helpful hints for identification in the wild

Ducks from a distance: helpful hints for identification in the wild

Tips from waterfowl experts on overcoming identification challenges for the 20+ species of ducks that live in North America.

Forever Young

Forever Young

Historic conservation easement keeps family’s land and legacy intact

The Wetlanders

The Wetlanders

University of Manitoba students form the province's first DUC campus chapter.

Conservation on campus

Conservation on campus

Volunteer conservation groups on campus at Lethbridge College and the University of Manitoba

Quandary at the Quills

Quandary at the Quills

As Saskatchewan’s Quill Lakes rise, people search for an answer. Turns out, there’s no easy solution.

Cloudy with a chance of waterfowl

Cloudy with a chance of waterfowl

Radar technology informs the weather forecast…and plays an important role in conservation

Women for wetlands

Women for wetlands

Calgary business leaders flock together to secure $100,000 for habitat conservation and education

Shell shock: Ontario’s turtle emergency

Shell shock: Ontario’s turtle emergency

Seven of Ontario’s eight turtle species are at risk. The population in the province took a heavy blow 2017, but these reptiles can find refuge in Ducks Unlimited Canada projects.

Leaving a legacy

Leaving a legacy

Paying homage to Murray Bercovich

A place among the greats

A place among the greats

DUC director Wini Kessler receives Aldo Leopold Memorial Award.

Unforgettable ducks  

Unforgettable ducks  

Long-time nest box stewards relive memories thanks to impressive collection of data

Aiming High

Aiming High

Brian Robbins was just 15 years old when he first gave hunting a shot. Today, the CEO of Exco Technologies and supporter of DUC, has hit a milestone: 20 years of sponsoring the Markham Dinner.