Father-son volunteer duo build more than 600 nest box kits this year alone
The common eider population is dropping in Maritime Canada and New England. Canadian and American biologists are working together to find out why.
“I absolutely eat, sleep and drink DUC,” says Katherine Hirtle, DUC’s Nova Scotia Volunteer of the Year nominee from New Germany, NS. “I love being part of my DUC community support system, whether by educating people about DUC or promoting the brand. I am very blessed and honored to…
If wetlands have been drained or altered on your land, we can help you bring them back to life.
Installing nest boxes in or around wetlands gives cavity nesters a helping hand.
How we're using research to build better ladders and nature-like fishways in the Maritimes.
Shubenacadie, N.S. – Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is excited to announce that together with the Province of Nova Scotia’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR), we’ve received $400,000 in funding through the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency’s Innovative Communities Fund to enhance the Greenwing Legacy Interpretive Centre and Shubenacadie Provincial Wildlife…