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Five fun ways you can help conservation with citizen science

Five fun ways you can help conservation with citizen science

The new tools of the conservation trade

The new tools of the conservation trade

Natural exposure: photographing wildlife with Brendan Kelly

Natural exposure: photographing wildlife with Brendan Kelly

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.

80 years of DUC volunteers

80 years of DUC volunteers

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.

DUC’s fight against invasive species

DUC’s fight against invasive species

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.

Five tips for outdoor fun with kids

Five tips for outdoor fun with kids

New Brunswick’s favourite nature teacher shares his top tips to enjoying the great outdoors.

Small portions

Small portions

French chef Jean-Marc Picyk knows how to savour food. It took him more time to learn how to savour life.

Ducks from a distance: helpful hints for identification in the wild

Ducks from a distance: helpful hints for identification in the wild

Tips from waterfowl experts on overcoming identification challenges for the 20+ species of ducks that live in North America.

Quandary at the Quills

Quandary at the Quills

As Saskatchewan’s Quill Lakes rise, people search for an answer. Turns out, there’s no easy solution.

Some Interesting Facts About Ducks Unlimited

Some Interesting Facts About Ducks Unlimited

A glimpse into Ducks Unlimited’s early work on the Canadian prairies, as captured in this entertaining story from Hunting and Fishing Magazine, December 1938.

Conserving the clubs: can the tradition continue?

Conserving the clubs: can the tradition continue?

As more southern Ontario hunt clubs are sold to other interests, can their tradition of conservation continue?