How our work impacts conservation across Canada.
Where we’re working on the ground from coast to coast.
We need your help to protect our water, wildlife, and wetlands. Here’s how you can make an impact.
Powered by a boyhood spent in nature
Former Ducks Unlimited Canada president honoured at Oshawa Second Marsh.
DUC and partners flock together to secure a bright future for a Brighton wetland
A Lake Ontario shoreline is protected for waterfowl, wildlife and the community.
Fighting green with green for Great Lakes water quality
Lake Erie’s long-threatened water quality gets fresh hope with collaborative wetland restoration project.
Turning back the clock on muskie habitat
Conservation projects that are helping ducks and fish in the Kawartha Lakes watershed.
New habitat on the Old River Farm
A partnership on the Thames River is part of a natural infrastructure awakening.
A grassland haven for the bobolink
Ontario farming family restores bird habitat on their land to help species at risk.
Ontario volunteer’s fly-by brings new appreciation for wetlands on his home turf
Volunteer Tom Cybolsky sees his local waters and wildlife from a new perspective, on an aerial inspection of DUC conservation projects
New report signifies a big step toward wetland conservation in Ontario
DUC co-chairs panel providing recommendations for the development of an Ontario wetland offsetting policy.
Big News for Ontario Wetlands
Advisory Panel releases report on the development of a wetland offsetting policy for Ontario.
The Great Ottawa Outdoors Just Got Better
The power of a partnership to shape a natural corridor for wildlife and people
Believing in what you do
Ontario Volunteer of the Year John Stewart shares why he’s a custodian of the land.
Hit Squad makes its mark near Wolfe Island
Program results in dramatic decline in invasive species.
Great news for the Great Lakes
Canada and Ontario governments commit to cleaning up Lake Erie.
These boots were made for walking… in wetlands
Diana Barr hopes her planned giving journey inspires others to follow a similar path.
Shell shock: Ontario’s turtle emergency
Ontario’s eight turtle species are at risk. The population in the province took a heavy blow in 2017, but these reptiles can find refuge in Ducks Unlimited Canada projects.
Long-time nest box stewards relive memories thanks to impressive collection of data
Brian Robbins was just 15 years old when he first gave hunting a shot. Today, the CEO of Exco Technologies and supporter of DUC, has hit a milestone: 20 years of sponsoring the Markham Dinner.
Healthy habitat returned
The re-naturalization of Hodges Pond is an investment in the future of the Thames River watershed and beyond
A hunt with no closed season
Robin Craig on his passion for decoy collecting and DUC
Making a mark at Queen’s Park
Ontario’s wetlands are conservation conversation starters for “duck people” at annual event
When the Big Storms Hit, Wetlands Reduce the Cost of Flood Damages
New research in Ontario shows that wetlands, when maintained in their natural state, reduce flood damage costs by up to 38 per cent.
Nature calls…in South Bruce Peninsula!
Free, outdoor family fun day nurtures the love of the outdoors
Mike Streib honoured as DUC’s Volunteer of the Year for Ontario
DUC's Volunteer Champions Award Program celebrates outstanding volunteers for National Volunteer Week.