Duck numbers keep flying high

Duck numbers keep flying high

Canada 150 celebrations aside, there’s another reason to celebrate our country this year: robust duck populations

Fishing for data at Delta Marsh

Fishing for data at Delta Marsh

Rescue Our Wetlands contest winner gets caught up in the research with DUC’s science team

The new green scene

The new green scene

Harnessing wetlands as green infrastructure solutions to our water woes

Making a mark at Queen’s Park

Making a mark at Queen’s Park

Ontario’s wetlands are conservation conversation starters for “duck people” at annual event

Floodgates open for fish along St. Lawrence River

Floodgates open for fish along St. Lawrence River

This spring, migrating ducks made way for incoming fish on DUC wetland sites along the St. Lawrence River. But the fish didn’t want to be there.

Conserving a working landscape in Tantramar

Conserving a working landscape in Tantramar

Ducks Unlimited Canada works with local New Brunswick farmers to conserve wetlands, grassland and crop land.

Taking a Stand for Wetlands

Taking a Stand for Wetlands

Bill Barrow helps opens the door to new wetland restoration opportunities in Nova Scotia.

Working against time at Montmagny Marsh

Working against time at Montmagny Marsh

Community bands together to give local landmark a new lease on life

Eider pride

Eider pride

When common eider populations plummeted, volunteers worked together to save the iconic bird species

Leave it to beavers

Leave it to beavers

Our complex relationship with nature’s wetland engineers

Why are the birds flying north — again?

Why are the birds flying north — again?

Mini-migration of ducks and geese in late spring and early summer

An ode to Canada

An ode to Canada

Celebrating 150 years of conservation inspiration