Bringing estuary habitats back to life, one partnership at a time
DUC and Raincoast Conservation Foundation are restoring natural infrastructure in the Fraser River Estuary
George C. Reifel: a legacy of conservation
More confirmation and recognition for George C. Reifel's incredible impact on wetland conservation in B.C. and across North America.
MarshKeepers protect nature’s treasures, one wetland at a time
MarshKeepers support on-the-ground conservation by visiting sites and recording their observations.
Investing in B.C.’s watersheds will build natural defences to droughts, fires and floods
Healthy watersheds are potent natural defences but many in B.C. need repair due to mismanagement and damage.
Battling Spartina to protect B.C.’s coastal estuaries
How conservationists are using technology to control the spread of an invasive plant species .
A tale of two coasts
Working to turn the tide on coastal squeeze through conservation on Canada’s most threatened coastlines
Community builder assembles 27-year conservation legacy
B.C.'s James Soutar is a conservation leader who continues bringing people together in the name of wetlands and wildlife.
Innovation is key to sustainability of the Fraser River Estuary
The recent completion of the first phase of the Sturgeon Bank pilot project will benefit fish, wildlife and people who use this important ecosystem.
New investments in Watershed Security Fund are a win for British Columbia
DUC applauds the Government of B.C. and the BC-First Nations Water Table for investing $100 million toward the development of a Watershed Security Fund.
Five Small Ducks You Can See in Winter
Not all ducks leave the country when cold weather comes to Canada’s forests, rivers, lakes and wetlands
Youth join the vanguard to stop invasive species in Canada
Meet students who monitor and protect their local wetlands when they go to school.
Cutting-edge climate data reveal the nature of change in tomorrow’s landscapes
DUC researchers collaborate on landscape-level climate questions for wetlands
DUC’s Top 22 in 2022
We've put together our top conservation wins this year
Restoring tidal marsh and migration pathways for wildlife
FRESH news about imperilled ecosystems in the Fraser River Estuary
Wetland mapping to support Indigenous-led conservation in northern B.C.
Indigenous-led conservation has been recognized as a vital part of Canada’s strategy to protect nature and achieve its biodiversity goals.
New federal funding will shore up Ducks Unlimited Canada’s conservation efforts in the Fraser River Estuary
$5-million investment will advance innovative solutions to build the resilience of key estuary marsh habitats for salmon and coastal flood protection
Little goes a long way: B.C. Marshkeeper makes his mark
In recognition of Craig Little’s outstanding volunteer service, leadership and passion for conservation, he was named DUC’s National Volunteer of the Year.
Ducks Unlimited Canada releases comprehensive report to guide future restoration efforts in the Fraser River Estuary
Over the past 40 years, more than 100 tidal marsh restoration projects have been constructed in the Fraser River Estuary to mitigate the loss of habitats.
Invasive cattail removal on the Fraser River Delta is a cut above
Promising signs from Invasive species cattail management experiment underway at Frenchies Island in the Fraser River Delta of B.C.
Ducks Unlimited Canada responds to B.C. Budget 2022
Building a better, climate-resilient province will require ongoing investments in wetlands.
Ducks Unlimited Canada to help shape the future of healthy watersheds in B.C.
148 Mile Marshes help fight climate change in B.C.’s Cariboo region
As climate change intensifies weather patterns, the 148 Mile Marshes are becoming even more valuable for their critical role in providing water for ranchers and farmers.
Hooked on making a difference
Tosh Sutherland has been part of the DUC salmon monitoring crew working in the South Arm Marshes Wildlife Management Area.
Chilliwack Middle School students clean up Hope Slough
DUC is proud to recognize the Grade 6 class from Chilliwack Middle School as their newest Wetland Heroes. The class cleaned up Hope Slough, a local wetland overrun with litter.