A natural motivator, a committed conservationist
It’s his attitude that stands out; Seagram consistently encouraging approach inspires volunteers and supporters.
A butterfly in winter
"I looked down at my mitt and thought I had a piece of bark on it. Upon closer inspection, it turned out to be a butterfly."
New Report on the Role of Wetlands in Removing Phosphorus to Protect Lakes in Ontario
Research supports use of “natural infrastructure” to reduce nutrient export in agricultural landscapes
Invasive phragmites and the wetlands of tomorrow
How can we reduce the impacts of non-native phragmites on wetlands?
Natural infrastructure for a climate-ready Ontario
How are wetlands are integrated into flood management in southern Ontario? What is needed for deeper integration of wetland conservation into flood-risk management?
New Report on Leveraging Water Management with Wetlands for a Climate-Ready Ontario
Research results build the case for integrating wetlands into flood-risk management
A bit of Mr. Sharp is handed down to another generation
So, Pete, how was your holiday?
DUC volunteer Pete Gilboe joined the goose banding program at Akimiski Island this past summer.
Collaboration helps all of us do more
Farmers grow and harvest our food while caretaking millions of acres of land.
The best possible return on investment
Large, restored wetlands in Ontario are even more valuable than when they were created in the first place—often decades ago.
The Woodstock Model of Urban Wetland Restoration
Years of planning and partnership among Stewardship Oxford, DUC, the Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, Oxford County and the City of Woodstock are paying out in the only green that really matters.
Bill Cooper’s Marsh
A coastal marsh in eastern Ontario has connected a community since Bill Cooper rallied his neighbours to save it
Can the aggregate industry make space for biodiversity?
Space for wildlife may be found in unexpected places in southern Ontario
The path from pit to paradise
Rapid growth drives changes to the landscape that leave less and less space to support biodiversity
Ducks Unlimited Canada Completes First Year of Phosphorus Research in the Lake Erie Watershed
New study will guide decisions for using wetlands to restore water quality
Ducks Unlimited Canada Celebrates Habitat Secured on Howe Island
Protected shoreline and wetland habitats in a high-priority migration zone
How much can wetlands help reduce summer algae outbreaks?
New research seeks to better understand the role of wetlands in restoring water quality
Burnishing a Natural Gem on the Shore of Lake Erie
A beachfront park on the shore of Lake Erie will support wildlife with more wetlands this spring
Ducks Unlimited Canada and partners preserve important coastal wetland habitat near Cornwall
Wildlife and people will benefit from restoration at Charlottenburgh Marsh
New Grassland Habitat at Luther Marsh
A tallgrass prairie project in the headwaters region of the Grand River watershed.
Where bobolinks flit among the cattails
Forty years is just the beginning for a restored wetland in Middlesex County.
Ducks Unlimited Canada Salutes Four Decades of Conservation in Middlesex County
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…
Habitat offsetting project a win-win for environment and economy
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.