Nova Scotia Volunteer of the Year Leo Leblanc leads original crew of DUC supporters.
Provincial Volunteer of the Year Marjorie Horlick is sowing seeds of conservation across rural Newfoundland.
New Brunswick Volunteer of the Year Donna Carson reinvigorates local DUC dinner.
Reflecting on all that's been accomplished for conservation, thanks to DUC's hard-working volunteers and staff.
Volunteers explain why they give their time for conservation.
Brian Robbins was just 15 years old when he first gave hunting a shot. Today, the CEO of Exco Technologies and supporter of DUC, has hit a milestone: 20 years of sponsoring the Markham Dinner.
Rare personal firearm collection aims to benefit Ducks Unlimited Canada
DUC's Volunteer Champions Award Program celebrates outstanding volunteers for National Volunteer Week.
1. Wetlands Waterfowl and other wildlife live, feed and breed in wetlands, but humans also depend on them for improved water quality, flood protection, erosion reduction and greenhouse gas reduction. With your help, Ducks Unlimited Canada is bringing wetland restoration to new urban frontiers: cities are adopting wetlands…
When he received some money for Christmas last year, seven-year-old Logan Japp wondered how he could make a difference in his world of imagination, fun and wildlife. Logan decided to donate to DUC, with hopes that his gift will help give ducks somewhere to live.
DUC’s 2016 MBNA-sponsored Artist of the Year selected for his painting, Shoreline Retreat.
Researchers are studying how pollinators and other beneficial insects use wetland habitats
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.