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Bring conservation education into your classroom

Experience leading-edge distance learning programming developed and delivered by experts from Ducks Unlimited Canada

Bring Ducks Unlimited Canada into your classroom!

Our accessible virtual experiences will help you meet your curriculum needs and support learning outcomes.

Interact with a live DUC interpreter, as if we were together.

Programming highlights:

  • Bilingual programming for grades 1 – 12, with the option to adapt the pace for your students
  • Accessible virtual experiences that support your curriculum needs
  • Structured presentations with images and videos
  • Engaging interpreter-led discussions

Ready to explore the wonders of wetlands? Book your private workshop TODAY!

All I can say is WOW! Every single teacher was very impressed. It is so hard to keep people engaged virtually, but your presenter managed to do it. Every child was engaged. Students were excited to share their new knowledge with me. Thank you so much. Karen Carmichael, teacher, Manitoba, Gr. 1-4.
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All programs are $120 each for one group with a maximum capacity of 30 participants.

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Wetland Field Trip – Virtual tour – $120

Discover the wonders of wetlands through a virtual tour! Learn about wetlands, the plants and animals that live there, why are they important, why they are at risk and what you can do to help.

  • Grades: 4-12
  • Estimated time to complete: 45 minutes + Q&A period
  • Virtual field trips have been adapted to three regions to better reflect Canada’s geographic diversity.
  • Available in English and French

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Critter dipping – Presentation – $120

Wetlands are full of creepy crawlies! Let’s explore them together and learn about the wonders of the invertebrate life cycle. With the help of close-up videos and interpreter cues, your students will learn how to identify wetland invertebrates and describe the stages of the invertebrate life cycle. Identification keys are sent to your class prior to the workshop to share with students.

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Estimated time to complete: 45 minutes + Q&A period
  • Available in English and in French

Note: If your students loved the virtual wetland field trip, this is a great complementary workshop. Students get the chance to explore what makes wetlands special and discover the critters that live there.

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What’s for dinner? Presentation – $120

Discover the fascinating worlds of owls in the “What’s for dinner?” workshop. How are owls different than other birds? How do they catch their prey? In this presentation students will learn about the adaptations that allow owls to be successful hunters. With the help of the digital microscope, students will dissect an owl pellet and identify the bones to discover the owl’s prey. Expect lots of “awws” and “ewwws!”

  • Grades: 4-12
  • Estimated time to complete: 45 minutes + Q&A period
  • Adapted to highlight the specific owl species of each region
  • Available in English and in French

Note: This activity requires extra cost for shipment of owl pellets

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Marshwalk – Presentation – $120

Take a walk around a marsh! In this program, your interpreter will share their knowledge about the plants that you can find and which animals use them for food and/or shelter.Grades 7 and up have the option to play kahoot.

  • Grades: 1-12
  • Estimated time to complete: 45 minutes + Q&A period
  • Marshwalks have been adapted to three regions to better reflect Canada’s geographic diversity. You can choose a Western Boreal or Prairies Marshwalk
  • Available in English and French

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Wetlands our Climate Champions Wetlands to the Rescue! – Presentation - 120$

Wetlands our Climate Champions Wetlands to the Rescue! – Presentation – 120$

Discover how wetlands work overtime to limit climate change in our newest virtual program. Your students will learn the causes and consequences of climate change in Canada, how wetlands play a role in reversing the negative effects and what young people can do to stay motivated and make a difference. The presentation wraps up with a game of kahoot to review the key learning outcomes!

  • New virtual program starting September 2022
  • Grades: 7-12 and adults
  • Estimated time: 1 hour
  • Available in English and in French
  • 120$

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