Science is building the case for large-scale wetland restoration in southern Ontario
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.
New research quantifies the role of restored wetlands in capturing phosphorus in agricultural watersheds
How are wetlands are integrated into flood management in southern Ontario? What is needed for deeper integration of wetland conservation into flood-risk management?
DUC volunteer Pete Gilboe joined the goose banding program at Akimiski Island this past summer.
Migrating ducks can best be appreciated while in flight. We break down the marvels of mechanics, structure and aerodynamics that make their long journeys possible (along with habitat).
A songbird banding station outside of Ducks Unlimited Canada’s national offices in Manitoba nets a fraction of the thousands of birds that rely on the surrounding wetland every spring and fall.