Web-footed and fancy free—how ducks navigate frigid ice and snow underfoot
Hibernation is a survival strategy. Lighter hibernators retreat during severe winter weather will leave home for nourishment on warmer days.
A Canadian landscape can seem empty in winter. What does wildlife do when the weather gets cold in Canada?
Mitigation translocation has become increasingly more common in B.C. since the Sea to Sky project.
With help from DUC, Carol Chapman has conserved land near Baldur, Manitoba that her Icelandic family homesteaded in 1881.
Lifelong field naturalist Ed Poropat shares what he’s learned while observing these fascinating winged insects
Ed Poropat has recorded over 1125 species in his one-acre yard! In his wildest dreams, he would never have predicted those sorts of numbers.
A grassland oasis honours a lost son following the Humboldt Broncos tragedy
Wetland Centre of Excellence students inspire concern for birds and wetlands through art.
Our 10 favourite FAQs and facts from the panel of wildlife and ecosystem experts in a webinar to celebrate bird migration, conservation and the official start of spring.
Farmers from Rossburn say a DUC conservation agreement helps achieve their land management goals and increases biodiversity.
Conservation easements offer means of preserving Saskatchewan heritage.
McLachlin’s high-school friends declared that he would be a “bird brain” all his life. And they were right.
Wetlands are a biological resource akin to rainforests and coral reefs and, as powerful carbon sinks, are one of the greatest tools in the fight against climate change. Having more of them, healthy and functioning, on the landscape will do more for our wildlife and wild places than you can imagine.
Returning valuable ecosystems like wetlands to the landscape can help bring biodiversity back.
Advancing biodiversity conservation in Canada means advancing research.
DUC dedicated 160 acres of marsh and grasslands to commemorate Rick Andrews' years of service
Financial compensation and conserving natural areas compelled Dale and Linda O'Greysik to sign a conservation agreement with DUC.
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.
Additional facts from pollinator and ecosystem researchers, presented in the Wild for Pollinators webinar.
Native bee species, or wild bees, need our help. They are an important element of our natural ecosystems, and support food production too.
As more research uncovers the significance of wetlands, their conservation will benefit a diverse array of species, including songbirds.
The Fowler family farm, once a productive agricultural landscape, now a lush wildlife-friendly mix of wetlands, aspen bluffs and hay.
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 .