Restoring what’s been lost can be our gain
Returning valuable ecosystems like wetlands to the landscape can help bring biodiversity back.
Real science for real life
Advancing biodiversity conservation in Canada means advancing research.
DUC honours Manitoba conservation leader with land dedication
DUC dedicated 160 acres of marsh and grasslands to commemorate Rick Andrews' years of service
Conservation agreement satisfies Manitoba farm family in many ways
Financial compensation and conserving natural areas compelled Dale and Linda O'Greysik to sign a conservation agreement with DUC.
Saskatchewan ranch family sustainably manages grass for today – and for tomorrow
Saskatchewan ranch families are known for putting conservation first on the Canadian Prairies, but some go that extra mile to make sustainable practices the cornerstone of their operation.
10 Fascinating Facts about Native Bees and Monarch Butterflies
Additional facts from pollinator and ecosystem researchers, presented in the Wild for Pollinators webinar.
Frequently Asked Questions about Wild Pollinators
Native bee species, or wild bees, need our help. They are an important element of our natural ecosystems, and support food production too.
10 fascinating facts from the Project Dragonfly webinar
The following are 10 of our favourite facts from some of Canada’s scientific experts on dragonflies, wetland ecosystems and citizen science.
Saskatchewan birders provide glimpse into extraordinary songbird diversity on conserved land
As more research uncovers the significance of wetlands, their conservation will benefit a diverse array of species, including songbirds.
Saskatchewan land donation links past to present
The Fowler family farm, once a productive agricultural landscape, now a lush wildlife-friendly mix of wetlands, aspen bluffs and hay.
Mothing is a must for nature lovers
David Beadle is a freelance illustrator, photographer, birder and moth enthusiast. He is co-author of Peterson Field Guide to Moths of Northeastern North America .
Spring Migration Tracker Roundup
Birds of every feather have almost completed their migration journeys. Each week, we chose one project migration observation to feature.
Project Dragonfly FAQs
Answers to commonly asked questions about dragonflies and their ecosystems, from the Project Dragonfly webinar.
Documenting Canada’s rare dragonflies
How citizen science and wetland conservation are helping important indicator species.
Focus on biodiversity in Ontario
We’re working all the angles to support biodiversity in Ontario communities.
Dragonflies and monarchs: multi-generation migrations
In the world of dragonfly and butterfly migration, it can take more than one generation to complete a round-trip from north to south and back again.
Dragonflies have (almost) seen it all
Dragonflies have been around since before the dinosaurs, evolving to survive and bearing witness to many different versions of life on Earth.
Test your nature knowledge with DUC’s wildlife quizzes
See how much you know about wetland wildlife by trying some of our popular quizzes!
Biodiversity losses will continue without more action to protect wetlands
Highly sensitive to changes in the environment, their welfare has become an important indicator of the overall health of wetland ecosystems where they live and breed.
One million acres conserved in Ontario
We invite you to celebrate this million-acre milestone by putting on your boots and jacket and taking a stroll in nature.
A high-value waterfowl haven in Hastings County
Investing in conservation is also for the human spirit.
Enhanced wetland supports wildlife and water quality in Holland Marsh
Enhanced ecological services at restored wetland on the Holland Marsh landscape.
Restoration renews Hillman Marsh on the shores of Lake Erie
Urgent restoration undertaken to protect the habitat at a treasured destination near Leamington, Ontario.