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Nova Scotia

Conserving Canada's ocean playground.


Canada’s ocean playground

Coastal regions support colonies of sea ducks and shore birds like eiders and black ducks and piping plovers.

Nova Scotia’s Eastern Shore is coveted recreational land. It’s also critical habitat for waterfowl like the common eider and black duck. By working with partners, Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) helps ensure this important habitat is conserved.


The Bay of Fundy

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Our conservation footprint in Nova Scotia

442 Habitat projects

52,493 Acres conserved

672 Landowner partners

Explore Wetlands in Nova Scotia

Explore Wetlands in Nova Scotia

Explore a local wetland—they’re beautiful places to explore, relax and connect with the outdoors. Discover wetlands ready for your visit any time of year.

Wetland Centre – Shubenacadie Wildlife Park Project

Wetland Centre – Shubenacadie Wildlife Park Project

Every day from May through October, the Shubenacadie Provincial Wildlife Park brims with excited kids catching aquatic invertebrates, fish, frogs and tadpoles, seeing a black bear or moose up close, and learning why Nova Scotia’s wetlands and wildlife are so important. The wetland interpretive centre—built by Ducks Unlimited Canada…