How our work impacts conservation across Canada.
Where we’re working on the ground from coast to coast.
We need your help to protect our water, wildlife, and wetlands. Here’s how you can make an impact.
“Wetland Cities” like Sackville are a model for the future
“Wetland Cities” like Sackville are now a model for the future, proving that these valuable ecosystems have a place within urban settings.
Early wetland wanderings lead to meaningful work for the environment
Adam Campbell’s path to a successful conservation career began in Canada’s Wetland City.
Sackville, New Brunswick: North America’s first Wetland City
Sackville and its beloved urban wetlands earn prestigious environmental award from the Convention on Wetlands.
Changing the tides on biodiversity loss: We need to look beyond the numbers and beyond our borders.
Meet Anneke Harpur, winner of the 2022 Wetland Centre of Excellence Scholarship
Anneke Harpur wins Ducks Unlimited Canada scholarship for her outstanding commitment to wetland conservation.
Fay and Duncan Campbell’s education legacy
Anyone who wanted to celebrate their parents’ life can donate to help get kids outside, learning about nature and the wildlife.
Watch inside a duck’s nest box
Watch and learn about the wood ducks and hooded mergansers using nest boxes installed by a DUC volunteer in New Brunswick—and get ready for the ducklings to hatch!
Wild rice harvest along the Wolastoq
Re-establishing an ancient tradition connects community and conservation.
A duckling left behind
When a duckling hatches in the wrong nest, its journey to a life-sustaining wetland gets complicated.
Community pasture helps farmers, cattle and wildlife
Tantramar Grasslands Co-operative partners with organizations like DUC to ensure a healthy future for the land, and everyone who uses it.
Virtual field trips bring nature to the classroom
No longer limited by geography, DUC's education team is introducing students across the Atlantic provinces—and across Canada—to wetlands.
Celebrating biodiversity in the Saint John River floodplain with the Acadian Birder
Where are the ducks nesting along the Saint John River?
What a University of New Brunswick student’s research could tell us about waterfowl and nest-box stewardship in the lower Saint John River floodplain.
Keeping tidal forces at bay
We've partnered with the Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq to monitor our salt marsh restoration at Wallace Bay in Nova Scotia, a project that will help combat coastal erosion, provide habitat for fish and hopefully lead to a resurgence of sweetgrass, a common salt marsh plant, and one that’s particularly important to the Mi’kmaq.
Re-wilding at Rivière du Nord
DUC reverts decades-old freshwater marsh to saltwater to protect New Brunswick coastline from sea-level rise and provide habitat for endangered species.
A saltwater solution for sea-level rise at Fullerton’s Marsh
In Canada’s smallest province, DUC restores a salt marsh to slow erosion caused by rising seas
Coastal Marsh Conservation
Irving Oil contributes to groundbreaking research on Bay of Fundy salt-marsh restoration.
Biodiversity in Missaquash Marsh
There’s no better place to celebrate biodiversity and World Wetlands Day 2020 than Atlantic Canada’s Missaquash Marsh.
Rising Up: Saving Prince Edward Island from the threat of sea-level rise
In Canada’s smallest province, DUC restores a salt marsh to slow erosion caused by rising seas.
Lessons in adaptation help address sea-level rise at Musquash Marsh
How restoring a salt marsh helps to protect one of New Brunswick’s most important coastal ecosystems
DUC receives more than $1 million in funding through federal Coastal Restoration Fund
Befriending Lundigrans Marsh
Devoted staff and volunteers shine a light on one of St. John’s most biodiverse wetlands.
Celebrating Blanchards Marsh
DUC brings life back to an iconic PEI wetland.
How farmers and conservationists are bringing a bog at Tantramar Community Pasture back to life.