2019 federal election is an opportunity to let your voice speak for the future of wetlands in Canada
Conservation project aims to renew fish stocks and fight invasive plants in B.C.’s most famous estuary
Senior conservation ecologist Abigail Derby Lewis explains how you can help take butterfly conservation efforts to your own backyard.
Rob Lamont and Pat Lamont, from Brandon, Man., are the kind of dedicated volunteer that DUC is celebrating this year as part of its 80th anniversary.
Passionate about conservation, Johnny Lynch explored new ways to survey, monitor and conserve wildlife, especially waterfowl.
Building relationships with partners is the key to conservation progress in the Northwest Territories
Lake Erie’s long-threatened water quality gets fresh hope with collaborative wetland restoration project.
The Newfoundland phrase “wait a fair wind and you’ll get one” takes on new meaning for a patient photographer like Brendan Kelly. See how in this photo essay featuring Kelly's stunning photos.
We celebrate DUC's 80th anniversary with a nod to our hardworking volunteers, including one of our original Keemen and this year's National Volunteer of the Year.
They are pretty, but destructive to wetlands and other natural areas. DUC is combating invasive species using some surprising methods like gardening tools, livestock and beetles.