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Conserving Canada’s Wetlands

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British Columbia

Recognition of the Quatse Estuary

Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

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British Columbia

British Columbia’s wetlands are home to some 300 species of birds, millions of salmon and other wildlife. Annually, up to eight million waterfowl and 20 million shorebirds nest, spend the winter, rest and feed during migration here as they travel the Pacific Flyway to other parts of North America. The B.C. Coast is Canada’s number one wintering area for birds.

Some alarming facts on wetland loss in B.C.:
Biggest threats to B.C.’s wetlands and waterfowl habitat

Our wetland conservation programs provide a solution.

Where your support is needed

Check out current habitat conditions in B.C.

Support us by becoming a voice for wetlands in your community.


B.C. Provincial Office
Unit 511, 13370 – 78th Ave
Surrey, BC V3W 0H6
Tel: 604-592-0987
Fax: 604-592-0930
Email: du_surrey@ducks.ca
Toll-free: 1-800-665-DUCK (3825)