How our work impacts conservation across Canada.
Where we’re working on the ground from coast to coast.
We need your help to protect our water, wildlife, and wetlands. Here’s how you can make an impact.
Our migration nation
Canadians bond over annual fall spectacle during Migration Week 2016
The side-effects of stress
Arctic researchers link stress experienced during moult to mortality
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
How waterfowlers shaped DUC's mission more than 80 years ago, and what it means for conservation today.
The centennial anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty is reason to reflect and celebrate.
Canadian habitat conservation helps North American ducks hold steady
2016 Waterfowl Population Status Report estimates 48.4 million breeding ducks
Sleuthing for scaup
Recent findings highlight the importance of Canadian breeding grounds.
Technology is for the birds
Report shows how technological advances track migration and help protect the future of bird species.
Ducks return to Carp River wetlands
It's been less than two years since DUC restored four wetlands on Ottawa's Carp River - and the ponds are already attracting return visitors.
Designing to be the best
Conservator, the magazine for DUC supporters, wins top design prize at annual magazine awards
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
How research scientists are using feathers to learn more about waterfowl
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
New report shows habitat conservation is for the birds…and people
Bird conservation in the spotlight
International Migratory Bird Day kicks off a summer of conservation milestones
Arctic waterfowl researchers explore climate change links and the effects on northern breeding populations of ducks and geese.
New data and migration maps help northern communities address waterfowl conservation concerns.
Don’t miss the greatest show on Earth
Celebrate Spring Migration Week as Canada’s land and skies come alive
Honouring service and sacrifice this Remembrance Day
Remembrance Day Special: World War II veteran keeps wild places close to heart.
Ducks and agriculture work together in Comox Valley
Winter cover crops can help lessen damage caused by wintering waterfowl while improving soil and farm productivity – and providing important habitat.