Senior conservation ecologist Abigail Derby Lewis explains how you can help take butterfly conservation efforts to your own backyard.
Helping these small creatures is also an act of helping ourselves
DUC conserves, restores and manages wetlands with a big waterfowl hatch in mind. If the habitat is available and the conditions are right, the payoff is undeniably adorable.
Just when the mid-summer weather sends the family out to the backyard pool, another family arrives hoping to duck in.
Retired WWII airfield undergoes a second habitat transformation to attract more migratory birds and bird-watchers.
Conservation projects that are helping ducks and fish in the Kawartha Lakes watershed.
Native Plant Solutions works with Qualico Communities to introduce native prairie grasses into developments...and then sets them on fire.
Radar technology informs the weather forecast…and plays an important role in conservation
Ontario’s eight turtle species are at risk. The population in the province took a heavy blow in 2017, but these reptiles can find refuge in Ducks Unlimited Canada projects.
In the world of dragonfly and butterfly migration, it takes two generations to complete a round-trip. Adults migrate south in the fall and their offspring return north in the spring.
This spring, migrating ducks made way for incoming fish on DUC wetland sites along the St. Lawrence River. But the fish didn’t want to be there.
Our complex relationship with nature’s wetland engineers