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.

Technology is for the birds

Technology is for the birds

Report shows how technological advances track migration and help protect the future of bird species.

A homecoming for fish

A homecoming for fish

After 200 years, conservation projects help native fish species make their way back into PEI waters

Reel conservation

Reel conservation

DUC projects and research are giving native fish species a fin-up

Insects on call

Insects on call

Researchers are studying how pollinators and other beneficial insects use wetland habitats

Common purpose

Common purpose

The common eider population is dropping in Maritime Canada and New England. Canadian and American biologists are working together to find out why.

Light weight and information-heavy

Light weight and information-heavy

How research scientists are using feathers to learn more about waterfowl

‘It blew my expectations out of the water’

‘It blew my expectations out of the water’

DUC Rescue Our Wetlands social media contest winner, Hillary Winstanley dishes on her Ducks University experience

The Amazing Egg

The Amazing Egg

An inside look at egg formation, structure, and development in waterfowl

Wetlands, partnerships critical to keeping migratory birds part of our lives

Wetlands, partnerships critical to keeping migratory birds part of our lives

New report shows habitat conservation is for the birds…and people

Warm warnings

Warm warnings

Arctic waterfowl researchers explore climate change links and the effects on northern breeding populations of ducks and geese.

Migratory Connections

Migratory Connections

New data and migration maps help northern communities address waterfowl conservation concerns.