How our work impacts conservation across Canada.
Where we’re working on the ground from coast to coast.
We need your help to protect our water, wildlife, and wetlands. Here’s how you can make an impact.
Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Beef honoured with DUC’s first-ever Conservation Award of Distinction
The CRSB is being recognized for its many contributions to land stewardship and its leadership and supporting conservation actions that have resulted in significant, positive environmental impacts across the country.
Clean water and a clean economy: DUC welcomes new investments in freshwater protection in 2023 federal budget
Budget 2023 announced new measures to support monitoring, assessment, and restoration of some of Canada’s most iconic – and threatened – lakes and rivers.
10 fascinating facts about spring bird migration
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.
Celebrating the cream of the crop
As DUC enters its 85th year, we are celebrating Canadian farmers and ranchers and their dedication to conserving natural landscapes.
Born to be a “bird brain”
McLachlin’s high-school friends declared that he would be a “bird brain” all his life. And they were right.
Ducks Unlimited Canada welcomes six influential leaders to board of directors
Andre Tremblay, Bob Spoerl, Bruce Tetz, David Brandt, Jeff Dolan and Ron Miller were elected to their volunteer leadership roles during DUC’s board of directors meeting in Montreal.
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
Ducks Unlimited Canada and CPAWS-NWT team up to deliver conservation in the Northwest Territories
Two prominent environmental non-profit organizations sign an agreement to maximize collaborative efforts that will advance sustainability, climate resiliency and Indigenous-led conservation
A prairie gem: Oak Hammock Marsh, Manitoba
Marking multiple milestones at an iconic wetland in Manitoba.
Partnering to prevent invasive species
Engaging its key partners and the public through a series of campaigns focused on the pathways of the spread of invasives, CCIS serves as a national voice and hub to protect Canada from the impacts of invasive species.
Youth join the vanguard to stop invasive species in Canada
Meet students who monitor and protect their local wetlands when they go to school.
Canadian farms produce more than food
The land used to grow and raise our food also stores carbon, provides biodiversity habitat, filters our water and helps mitigate the impacts of climate change like flooding and drought.
Ducks Unlimited Canada recognized as one of Canada’s best non-profit employers
DUC is being recognized for its people leadership, employee engagement, social responsibility, governance and transparency.
Cutting-edge climate data reveal the nature of change in tomorrow’s landscapes
DUC researchers collaborate on landscape-level climate questions for wetlands
Restoring wetlands will jumpstart nature’s great comeback
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.
“Wetland Cities” like Sackville are a model for the future
“Wetland Cities” like Sackville are now a model for the future, proving that these valuable ecosystems have a place within urban settings.
Governor General of Canada extends Viceregal Patronage to Ducks Unlimited Canada
On the occasion of World Wetlands Day, a global celebration aimed to raise awareness about the vital role of wetlands for people and the planet, DUC is pleased to announce that it has been granted Viceregal patronage by Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon, Governor General of Canada.
Ducks Unlimited Canada celebrates World Wetlands Day and its 85th anniversary with ambitious conservation goal
To recognize World Wetlands Day—a global celebration aimed at raising awareness about the vital role of wetlands for people and the natural environment—DUC is committing to an ambitious goal to conserve, restore and influence more than 15 million acres of natural habitat across Canada this year.
Long-time supporter George Merry is living out his own natural legacy on Wolfe Island
It took a community to conserve “precious and valuable” natural shoreline on Lake Ontario
Ducks Unlimited Canada welcomes Michael Nadler as chief executive officer
Following an extensive nationwide search for a visionary leader, Michael Nadler will become DUC's next chief executive officer. His appointment comes as the conservation organization embarks on a milestone year within its distinguished 85-year history.
Early wetland wanderings lead to meaningful work for the environment
Adam Campbell’s path to a successful conservation career began in Canada’s Wetland City.
Where it all began: Big Grass Marsh, Manitoba
“Duck Factory #1” set the stage for North American wetland and waterfowl conservation.
Sackville, New Brunswick: North America’s first Wetland City
Sackville and its beloved urban wetlands earn prestigious environmental award from the Convention on Wetlands.
Canada’s sprint toward 2030 starts now and failure is not an option
Following a landmark new deal to protect biodiversity, we must pick up the pace to meet targets enshrined at the United Nations Conference for Biodiversity (COP15)