Protected habitat attracts birds, wildlife to the Delaware Wetland Mount Brydges, Ont. (February 19, 2019) — Forty years after the original restoration, Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) has reinvested in a wetland outside of London. By upgrading the water-control structures and lowering the dam to serve as an emergency spillway, DUC…
For decades, Ontario land developers and conservationists have struggled to balance economic and social interests with protection of environment and wildlife. A habitat restoration project now underway in eastern Ontario may point the way to a more productive future.
Control and monitoring disrupt the seed cycle in Eastern Lake Ontario and the Rideau River.
A natural gem on Lake Erie will better support wildlife with restored wetland
Restored habitat flourishes at family farm near Ontario’s busiest highways.
Local contractors like Bill Stapleton help make DUC's habitat work possible in Ontario.
Improvements at a popular wildlife viewing site, north of Lake Erie, are expected to attract more migratory birds, especially shorebirds, next spring.
Retired WWII airfield undergoes a second habitat transformation to attract more migratory birds and bird-watchers.
Work has begun on a large restoration project to develop the habitat at the Clark Island wetland owned by Ducks Unlimited Canada.
Volunteers pulled together to stop European water chestnut from taking hold in the Rideau Canal
Funding partners joined forces to restore aquatic habitat in Ontario’s farm country.
Wetland habitats are the “neighbourhood” where ducks raise the next generation.