Control and monitoring disrupt the seed cycle in Eastern Lake Ontario and the Rideau River.
Restored habitat flourishes at family farm near Ontario’s busiest highways.
How a $1.5 million project on the Saskatchewan River Delta is helping wildlife, fish and communities near The Pas.
Canada's wetlands and their ability to provide climate change solutions demand recognition—and action.
Retired WWII airfield undergoes a second habitat transformation to attract more migratory birds and bird-watchers.
DUC receives $2 million to restore important coastal habitats.
Volunteers pulled together to stop European water chestnut from taking hold in the Rideau Canal
U of S professor says Canada is failing to uphold its commitment to this Ramsar Wetland of International Importance.
Funding partners joined forces to restore aquatic habitat in Ontario’s farm country.
DUC Engineer Dave Dobson was part of the original Lenore wetland project 30 years ago. Now he’s helping to improve it for the future.
No two wetlands are alike. And their uniqueness is what makes each of them truly special.
A landowner’s call for help receives a rapid response to halt an invasive aquatic plant.
The city of Terrebonne, Quebec, is proof that urban growth doesn’t have to come at the cost of conservation.
Forty kilometres from Parliament Hill is an area that provides habitat for waterfowl, at-risk turtles and other wildlife. One woman is rallying people to protect it.
2017 recipient Bruce Batt recognized for his significant contributions to the North American waterfowl conservation community
A Lake Ontario shoreline is protected for waterfowl, wildlife and the community.
A partnership on the Thames River is part of a natural infrastructure awakening.
A small settling pond uses nature to help clean water for the District of 100 Mile House.
How Ducks Unlimited Canada restores wetlands.
Program results in dramatic decline in invasive species.
DUC volunteers in B.C. help remove invasive scotch broom at wetland projects.
Our Native Plant Solutions (NPS) engaged a Manitoba First Nation in the fight to rescue habitat from a beautiful and destructive invasive plant. In partnership with the Centre of Indigenous Environmental Resources, NPS and members of the Brokenhead Ojibway Nation released approximately 450 purple loosestrife beetles at five wetland sites in an area known for rare plant species and species of cultural importance to the community.
Pilot program is gaining ground in the battle against an alien giant.
DUC safeguards important wildlife habitat at the Serpentine Wildlife Management Area.