From pit to paradise

From pit to paradise

Old Huron County gravel pit, that was once an active aggregate extraction site, to become a healthy, productive wetland ecosystem.

Healthy habitat returned

Healthy habitat returned

The re-naturalization of Hodges Pond is an investment in the future of the Thames River watershed and beyond

A hunt with no closed season

A hunt with no closed season

Robin Craig on his passion for decoy collecting and DUC

Patterns and personality

Patterns and personality

DUC partners with award-winning bird author, Richard Crossley, for the release of The Crossley ID Guide: Waterfowl.

High flying research

High flying research

Aerial surveys today could influence what Canada's boreal forest looks like in the future

Finding common ground

Finding common ground

Blending science with traditional knowledge to map 77 million acres of wetlands, for the future for northern communities…and conservation.

Bird’s eye view of the boreal

Bird’s eye view of the boreal

From his helicopter vantage point, a wetland surveyor captures rare glimpses of boreal forest landscapes in their many beautiful, and vital, forms.

Born in the boreal

Born in the boreal

Up to five billion birds can be found in the boreal forest each year after breeding season

Plumbing the depths of Canada’s peatlands – one of the world’s largest carbon sinks

Plumbing the depths of Canada’s peatlands – one of the world’s largest carbon sinks

Study to help quantify how the boreal helps fight climate change

Procrastination pays off with a trip to Memphis

Procrastination pays off with a trip to Memphis

Five DUC volunteers travel stateside to learn how to build better campus chapters

Runners and walkers lace up for wetland conservation

Runners and walkers lace up for wetland conservation

Duck & Run fundraiser connects people with wetlands

Putting their mettle to the pedal

Putting their mettle to the pedal

Cyclists take wetland fundraising to the extreme