Winter conservation work
Our proactive approach includes taking necessary precautions and planning out the work zone during warmer seasons
Canada Water Agency: A new focal point for freshwater protection
Partners in conservation: Parliamentary Secretary Terry Duguid explains how the new Canada Water Agency seeks to shape the future of freshwater conservation in Canada.
DUC and Ontario Power Generation’s wetland modelling research project could spark change
Could wetlands help generate more electricity for Ontario communities?
B.C. frog relocation project aims to better understand conservation practice
Mitigation translocation has become increasingly more common in B.C. since the Sea to Sky project.
Summer student gets in deep with Ontario wetland research
Sara Abate had the opportunity to conduct her field work and learn under the guidance of DUC's research scientists.
MarshKeepers protect nature’s treasures, one wetland at a time
MarshKeepers support on-the-ground conservation by visiting sites and recording their observations.
Tools for wetland classification: research contributes to major win in Manitoba wetland conservation
Research contributes to major win in Manitoba wetland conservation
Investing in B.C.’s watersheds will build natural defences to droughts, fires and floods
Healthy watersheds are potent natural defences but many in B.C. need repair due to mismanagement and damage.
A career in science and conservation
Jim Devries is a recognized leader in North American wetland and waterfowl science based on his long career in conservation with DUC.
Engineered wetlands model provides solutions in Chalk River for Canadian Nuclear Laboratories
An unlikely pairing is collaborating on a nature-based solution in Eastern Ontario
Born to be a “bird brain”
McLachlin’s high-school friends declared that he would be a “bird brain” all his life. And they were right.
Cutting-edge climate data reveal the nature of change in tomorrow’s landscapes
DUC researchers collaborate on landscape-level climate questions for wetlands
DUC recognizes Women in Science in Manitoba
Three STEM roles that are diverse and meaningful
“Wetland Cities” like Sackville are a model for the future
“Wetland Cities” like Sackville are now a model for the future, proving that these valuable ecosystems have a place within urban settings.
Changing the tides on biodiversity loss: We need to look beyond the numbers and beyond our borders.
Soren Brothers is the first Curator of Climate Change in Canada
A Climate Trailblazer profile of the ROM's Shiff Curator of Climate Change
Real science for real life
Advancing biodiversity conservation in Canada means advancing research.
Restoring tidal marsh and migration pathways for wildlife
FRESH news about imperilled ecosystems in the Fraser River Estuary
Stalking “energy powerballs” in Canada’s changing boreal zone
Research in the boreal forest helps us understand ducks and the predators they have to avoid.
Wetlands are a natural remedy for Canada’s sick lakes
With reports of harmful algae blooms on the rise, investing in conservation is critical to solving emerging water crisis
Focus on water in Ontario
Science is helping us better understand the role of small wetlands in water quality
Focus on biodiversity in Ontario
We’re working all the angles to support biodiversity in Ontario communities.
Test your nature knowledge with DUC’s wildlife quizzes
See how much you know about wetland wildlife by trying some of our popular quizzes!
The power of small wetlands for clean water
New DUC research quantifies the role of restored wetlands in capturing phosphorus in agricultural watersheds.