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.
The gift of time
A Verona-area landowner is inspired by wetlands to give back to nature and conservation.
Ontario’s Kerry Coleman nominated for Volunteer of the Year
“In order to walk in the door and become a volunteer you have to have an interest in the cause, but a good volunteer requires dedication and commitment,” says Kerry Coleman, Ontario’s nominee for DUC’s national Volunteer of the Year. “Sometimes people volunteer but they don’t follow up on…
Canadian artists help paint a positive future for conservation
DUC's annual National Art Portfolio promotes artists while raising funds for wetland conservation.
Great Lakes come with great responsibility
Canada and the United States commit to clean up Lake Erie’s eerie waters
Outdoor learning for more Ontario students
New funding will help more youth learn about nature and conservation.
Managing our forests with water quality in mind
Best management practices focus of new partnership between DUC and Tembec
Revolving Land Conservation Program
Through this program, DUC purchases land, restores its wetlands and grasslands and then makes it available to buyers on the real estate market with a conservation easement on the title.
If wetlands have been drained or altered on your land, we can help you bring them back to life.
Legal tools to help you protect the habitat on your land
Nest Box Maintenance Program
Installing nest boxes in or around wetlands gives cavity nesters a helping hand.
Calton Swamp rejuvenation
Outdoor enthusiasts in Aylmer, Ont. celebrate wetland rejuvenation project
Community celebrates restoration of local wetland gem
Calton Swamp Wildlife Management Area is a product of passion and collaboration
Celebrate Duck Day at Tim Horton’s Onondaga Farms
St. George, Ont. – On Saturday, October 3, join Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) from 11 am to 2 pm at the Tim Horton’s Onondaga Farms for Duck Day! Grab lunch from our free barbeque, trek the trails, dip for critters, get your face painted, learn all about wetland conservation…
Thames River wetland restoration
A multi-year enhancement project is creating quality habitat for waterfowl, songbirds and other wetland-dependent wildlife.
Combining green with grey. A solution to climate change?
Mississauga, Ont. – It’s a date that Toronto and area residents won’t soon forget; July 8, 2013, the date that a severe storm and flash flooding hit the GTA. The storm set a record for the province’s most expensive natural disaster with almost $1 billion in damages according to…
Peninsula Shores students bring wetland education to Wiarton
Wiarton, Ont. – Students, nature enthusiasts, the entire community of Wiarton and beyond, will now be able to get a hands-on lesson about the importance of wetlands thanks to the efforts of a group of Peninsula Shores District School (PSDS) students and the Bluewater Outdoor Education Centre. With funding…
Second Marsh is getting a makeover
Oshawa, Ont. – Mother Nature is about to get a helping hand at Oshawa Second Marsh. The City of Oshawa, Central Lake Ontario Conservation Authority (CLOCA), Ducks Unlimited Canada and Friends of Second Marsh have begun a drawdown project beginning in April. The drawdown will mimic natural conditions that…
Partnership supports Timmins and area wetlands
Thunder Bay, Ont. – Wetlands and other natural features in the Timmins area are receiving a helping hand thanks to a $30,000 sponsorship from Goldcorp Porcupine Gold Mines. The new three-year partnership with Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) will support the conservation and restoration of wetlands vital for waterfowl, other…