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.
Restoring tidal marsh and migration pathways for wildlife
FRESH news about imperilled ecosystems in the Fraser River Estuary
Invasive cattail removal on the Fraser River Delta is a cut above
Promising signs from Invasive species cattail management experiment underway at Frenchies Island in the Fraser River Delta of B.C.
Hooked on making a difference
Tosh Sutherland has been part of the DUC salmon monitoring crew working in the South Arm Marshes Wildlife Management Area.
Ushering in the end of an era
Paul Usher, a senior engineering technologist in B.C., is set to retire after a remarkable 40-year career at DUC.
Co-operation the key to conservation on Woodward Island
Three breaches to the Woodward Dam and Training Wall will help juvenile salmon and improve biodiversity in marsh habitats of the Fraser River estuary.
Saving The Fraser River Estuary: A Priority
A new paper by 23 prominent B.C. conservation specialists lays out the Priority Threat Management plan to save one of the most important ecosystems on Canada's West Coast .
Where cattle and ducks find a home on the range
The Hanceville Cattle Co. and DUC take the road less travelled in their commitment to conservation and agriculture in the Chilcotin.
Urban wetlands are the focus for coastal cities
While the groundhog may steal the spotlight every February 2nd, more and more communities around B.C. are focusing on wetlands as a way to combat climate change and the devastating effects it has on the landscape.
Partnership stems the tide of sea-level rise on the Fraser River Delta
Sea-level rise is no longer something discussed in the abstract. The science is settled. Ducks Unlimited Canada and the City of Richmond partner to protect the tidal wetland habitats.
Management by measurement: Assessing the health of tidal marshes on B.C.’s West Coast
Assessing the health of tidal marshes on B.C.’s West Coast. What will it take to safeguard these essential environmental resources for the future?
Fighting for the salmon and waterfowl of the Fraser
Conservation project aims to renew fish stocks and fight invasive plants in B.C.’s most famous estuary
Major investment supports B.C.’s Fraser River Estuary
DUC receives $2 million to restore important coastal habitats.
Fewer feathers at East Marsh
DUC safeguards important wildlife habitat at the Serpentine Wildlife Management Area.
Escape to the estuary
Take a video tour of some of B.C.’s most valuable natural habitat.
Wetland project will help B.C.’s salmon populations
Improvements in quality water and passageways will benefit fish this summer at the Quatse River estuary
Taking conservation to new heights
An innovative conservation event provides supporters with a once in a lifetime opportunity