Mitch Weegman is named the DUC Endowed Chair in Wetland and Waterfowl Conservation at USask. The Endowed Chair is the first of its kind in Canada.
DUC research scientist plays key role in demonstrating value of wetlands to provide natural climate solutions.
Roll up your sleeve and think about a colony of eiders, now happily breeding in the remote Canadian Arctic after achieving herd immunity.
Dr. Mitch Weegman has been named the Ducks Unlimited Canada Endowed Chair in Wetland and Waterfowl Conservation. His position is the first of its kind in the country.
The Pacific Estuary Conservation Program Estuary Ranking Report in B.C. offers insights into where conservation is most needed in the province.
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 .
Science is helping us better understand the role of small wetlands in water quality
DUC leads the way in using science and research to measure our wetland conservation impacts.
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.
Long-term data will be used to bridge gap in 65-year monitoring effort
A science-based approach to establishing ecosystems.
Irving Oil contributes to groundbreaking research on Bay of Fundy salt-marsh restoration.