Don your cape (and waders) and #RescueOurWetlands

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

Everything flows downstream

Everything flows downstream

Research projects will show what’s entering Prairie watersheds, and the role of nature in protecting water quality

Building with nature

Building with nature

Green infrastructure solutions that put the power of wetlands to work

Breaching a dike; saving a salt marsh

Breaching a dike; saving a salt marsh

Protecting coastal communities from climate change, one wetland at a time

Extreme camping

Extreme camping

Each spring, researcher Ryan Connon travels from suburban Ontario to a secluded region in N.W.T. to better understand how climate change will impact northern hydrology, including wetlands.

Getting cold feet?

Getting cold feet?

Web-footed and fancy free – how ducks handle ice underfoot

Made to measure

Made to measure

DUC teams with Manitoba Hydro and the University of Manitoba to assess the best way to measure greenhouse gas fluxes in aquatic ecosystems

My passion, our journey

My passion, our journey

Biologist and lifelong conservationist, Karla Guyn, named CEO for Ducks Unlimited Canada

The side-effects of stress

The side-effects of stress

Arctic researchers link stress experienced during moult to mortality

The mallard take-over

The mallard take-over

Could the prevalence of mallard-like traits in today’s waterfowl go back thousands of years?

Sleuthing for scaup

Sleuthing for scaup

Recent findings highlight the importance of Canadian breeding grounds.

The science of summer

The science of summer

For a crack team of DUC researchers, summer means time on the waters of Delta Marsh, gathering intelligence on what makes the iconic wetland tick.