Cutting-edge climate data reveal the nature of change in tomorrow’s landscapes
DUC researchers collaborate on landscape-level climate questions for wetlands
The power of small wetlands for clean water
New DUC research quantifies the role of restored wetlands in capturing phosphorus in agricultural watersheds.
Citizen science gone wild
How can you contribute to conservation research? The answer is at your fingertips.
New study showcases nature’s ability to mitigate greenhouse-gas emissions in Canada
DUC research scientist plays key role in demonstrating value of wetlands to provide natural climate solutions.
My Eureka moment
Ducks Unlimited Canada conservation scientists reflect on the experiences that inspired them to turn a passion for waterfowl and wetlands into their life’s work.
Why I belong to DUC (and so do you)
Lauren Bortolotti is a DUC research scientist. Here, she shares her personal conservation journey and how she found where she belonged: with us.
International Canvasback Award migrates to Canada
2017 recipient Bruce Batt recognized for his significant contributions to the North American waterfowl conservation community
The side-effects of stress
Arctic researchers link stress experienced during moult to mortality
The mallard take-over
Could the prevalence of mallard-like traits in today’s waterfowl go back thousands of years?
IWWR Fellowship: Abstracts for 2016 Students
IWWR supports a number of graduate students annually as they pursue important research across the continent
Light weight and information-heavy
How research scientists are using feathers to learn more about waterfowl
Arctic waterfowl researchers explore climate change links and the effects on northern breeding populations of ducks and geese.
Supporting young scientists
New graduate fellowship will help shape the future of wetland conservation
2015 Fellowship Winners
Supporting graduate students as they pursue important research