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.
Rescue Our Wetlands
Take time to plan for the next generation
Planned gifts help us feather our nest for the future
Peter Brown decoy auction sets records, supports conservation and captivates collectors
Guyette & Deeter estimate that when the antique decoy auction is complete, DUC will receive more than $875,000 USD from the sales to support conservation in Canada.
A year to be grateful
Passionate people delivered another banner year for conservation.
These boots were made for walking… in wetlands
Diana Barr hopes her planned giving journey inspires others to follow a similar path.
University of Manitoba students form the province's first DUC campus chapter.
Women for wetlands
Calgary business leaders flock together to secure $100,000 for habitat conservation and education
Hooked on a feeling
Avid angler and Nootka Marine Adventures contest winner excited about “once in a lifetime opportunity”
Rescue Our Wetlands contest winner
B.C. science student set to join DUC’s research team at Delta Marsh this summer
Rare pintail decoys set world auction record
People anxious to bid on rare examples of Canada's waterfowling history had their chance at North American decoy auction.
Don your cape (and waders) and #RescueOurWetlands
Win an all-expenses paid trip to Manitoba’s historic Delta Marsh this summer, where you’ll spend three days as part of a DUC research team
Heading for the finish line
Rescue Our Wetlands campaign set to deliver big conservation wins
Small in stature, big at heart
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.
Decoys take flight
“Definitive” antique Canadian collection set to migrate into hands of admirers.
Taking conservation to new heights
An innovative conservation event provides supporters with a once in a lifetime opportunity
‘It blew my expectations out of the water’
DUC Rescue Our Wetlands social media contest winner, Hillary Winstanley dishes on her Ducks University experience
Jane’s legacy: her future gift
Feather Society member explains why she chose planned giving for conservation
Families like the Clements are leaving a lasting legacy for wildlife, waterfowl and wetlands
Win a trip to Ducks University
Contest open! Share a Rescue Our Wetlands message for a chance to win.
Small voices speak loudly for conservation
Students stole the show at Rescue Our Wetlands campaign launch
Dip Your Paddle: staff commitment to conservation
DUC’s staff share their work through personal stories.