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Duck numbers keep flying high

Duck numbers keep flying high

Canada 150 celebrations aside, there’s another reason to celebrate our country this year: robust duck populations

Eider pride

Eider pride

When common eider populations plummeted, volunteers worked together to save the iconic bird species

Why are the birds flying north — again?

Why are the birds flying north — again?

Mini-migration of ducks and geese in late spring and early summer

Why did the black duck cross the road?

Why did the black duck cross the road?

At the end of her nestcam broadcast, Lucy the black duck made sure to get her new brood to the restored wetland on the other side.

Lucy’s live nest cam

Lucy’s live nest cam

Watch Lucy, Charlottetown’s favourite black duck, live as she cares for her nest and prepares for her brood.

A duck in spring

A duck in spring

How and why ducks do what they do after spring migration.

Getting cold feet?

Getting cold feet?

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

Our migration nation

Our migration nation

Canadians bond over annual fall spectacle during Migration Week 2016

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?

Hunters: the original Marsh Keepers

Hunters: the original Marsh Keepers

How waterfowlers shaped DUC's mission more than 80 years ago, and what it means for conservation today.

Migratory milestones

Migratory milestones

The centennial anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty is reason to reflect and celebrate.