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.
Conservation is in her nature
Nova Scotia's Angèle Scott has a strong connection with nature and the outdoors, which was forged when she was young.
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.
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.
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.
At home in the outdoors
Angèle Scott's strong personal connection to wetland conservation coupled with her outstanding volunteer service earned her the title of DUC’s Volunteer of the Year in Nova Scotia.
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.
Ducks Unlimited Canada launches $3 million initiative to conserve critical wetland habitat along the Wolastoq
N.S. and DUC Re-Commit to Managing Biodiversity on the Missaquash Marsh
Angèle Scott is DUC’s Volunteer of the Year in Nova Scotia
A self-described “outdoorsy” person, Angèle Scott has always felt an attachment to nature. So, when her family members first asked her to join DUC as a volunteer, it was an easy fit.
Ducks Unlimited Canada partners with the Municipal District of Lunenburg to protect Sweet Marsh
Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) has signed a stewardship agreement with the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg (MODL) to protect 10 acres of wetland and upland habitat near Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia.
Keeping tidal forces at bay
We've partnered with the Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq to monitor our salt marsh restoration at Wallace Bay in Nova Scotia, a project that will help combat coastal erosion, provide habitat for fish and hopefully lead to a resurgence of sweetgrass, a common salt marsh plant, and one that’s particularly important to the Mi’kmaq.
For the love of community
Nova Scotia’s Amy Smith is a jack of all trades—a veteran event volunteer who’s seasoned at everything from chairing a committee to designing programs and selling raffle tickets at fundraisers across her home province.
Biodiversity in Missaquash Marsh
There’s no better place to celebrate biodiversity and World Wetlands Day 2020 than Atlantic Canada’s Missaquash Marsh.
DUC receives more than $1 million in funding through federal Coastal Restoration Fund
Running a tight ship
Nova Scotia Volunteer of the Year Leo Leblanc leads original crew of DUC supporters.
How to protect a vulnerable coastline from rising seas.