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National Invasive Species Awareness Week

National Invasive Species Awareness Week

To mark National Invasive Species Awareness Week, we’re sharing our stories to help you inform and inspire your audiences.

National Forest Week

National Forest Week

It’s National Forest Week. To celebrate these wild ecosystems, Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is highlighting our work in Canada’s largest and best known forest—the boreal.

World Water Day

World Water Day

Wetlands are nature’s filtration system. They’re cleaning our water in unexpected ways.


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DUCKS UNLIMITED CANADA AND PARTNERS PRESERVE IMPORTANT COASTAL WETLAND HABITAT NEAR CORNWALL

DUCKS UNLIMITED CANADA AND PARTNERS PRESERVE IMPORTANT COASTAL WETLAND HABITAT NEAR CORNWALL

Wildlife and people will benefit from restoration at Charlottenburgh Marsh

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DUCKS UNLIMITED CANADA: VIGILANT CONSERVATION A MUST TO KEEP WATERFOWL POPULATIONS THRIVING

DUCKS UNLIMITED CANADA: VIGILANT CONSERVATION A MUST TO KEEP WATERFOWL POPULATIONS THRIVING

Climate change and habitat loss can swiftly impact strong waterfowl numbers

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Canada’s birds are warning us about the state of our natural world

Canada’s birds are warning us about the state of our natural world

Human activities have resulted in dramatic changes to Canada’s bird populations over the last 50 years. This is the conclusion of the second State of Canada’s Birds report, published today by the North American Bird Conservation Initiative in Canada (NABCI-Canada), under the leadership of Environment and Climate Change Canada, Bird Studies Canada, Nature Canada and Ducks Unlimited Canada.

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