Seventh Generation Culture Camp fosters environmental stewardship and connects Indigenous youth with cultural heritage
With a focus on environmental and cultural topics, this week-long camp is open to youth between the ages of 13 and 15 and aims to strengthen their connection to their culture, their people and their land.
Ducks Unlimited Canada celebrates land donation that protects critical salt marsh habitat and guards against sea-level rise
When coastal wetlands are lost, so too are the many critical benefits they provide, including shielding coastlines from erosion, intercepting pollution and providing clean water.
Student of nature now inspiring a new generation of environmental stewards. Just like her.
A tale of two coasts
Working to turn the tide on coastal squeeze through conservation on Canada’s most threatened coastlines
Improving water quality and biodiversity on farms
Wetland restoration creates a powerful ripple effect that generates real environmental gains for communities throughout the country.
Proud to be a part of protecting and restoring natural habitats for future generations
Katie Scott combines her passion for conservation with a background in biology and education.
Volunteering strengthens community connections and family ties
New Brunswick's Sean Eidt is passing along the lessons of conservation to his young son as he continues the tradition of giving back to wetlands and wildlife.
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
“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.
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.
Sackville, New Brunswick: North America’s first Wetland City
Sackville and its beloved urban wetlands earn prestigious environmental award from the Convention on Wetlands.
Sébastien Rioux appointed to Director of Regional Operations – Eastern Region and British Columbia
Sébastien will continue to advance wetland conservation across the country through his new role, which includes overseeing operations in British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic provinces.
Changing the tides on biodiversity loss: We need to look beyond the numbers and beyond our borders.
DUC’s Top 22 in 2022
We've put together our top conservation wins this year
Ducks Unlimited Canada partners with Irving Oil, University of Toronto Scarborough and other top Canadian academics to advance climate research and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
New project will measure the ability of wetlands in agricultural landscapes to store carbon.
Meet Anneke Harpur, winner of the 2022 Wetland Centre of Excellence Scholarship
Anneke Harpur wins Ducks Unlimited Canada scholarship for her outstanding commitment to wetland conservation.
Meet Emily MacNaughton, winner of the 2022 Wetland Centre of Excellence Scholarship
MacNaughton describes her unexpected journey into coding for conservation through DUC’s wetland-based program.
Fay and Duncan Campbell’s education legacy
Anyone who wanted to celebrate their parents’ life can donate to help get kids outside, learning about nature and the wildlife.
New sea duck atlas sheds light on poorly understood species and how we can protect them
Canadian landscapes identified among 85 North American sites that provide critical habitat for sea ducks.
Ducks Unlimited Canada acquires critical salt marsh habitat on the Acadian Peninsula
More than 250 acres will support wildlife and protect communities from the impacts of sea-level rise and coastal squeeze.
Watch inside a duck’s nest box
Watch and learn about the wood ducks and hooded mergansers using nest boxes installed by a DUC volunteer in New Brunswick—and get ready for the ducklings to hatch!
Thirty years and counting: Putting community service and conservation first
Ed Christie is a staple in DUC's Harvey chapter and a well-known, long-serving community volunteer
Taking action for our eiders
DUC conservation experts note that recent bad news can teach us why continued conservation efforts are so important for common eiders.