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.
Out of the classroom, into the Manitoba marsh
Lizard Lake wetland enhancement offers greater wetland education and conservation opportunities
Following in his grandfather’s footsteps
Wallace volunteer Kurtlin Rushton learned a passion for waterfowl and conservation that is shaping his future
Educating young conservationists
The Ducks Unlimited Greenwing program helped shape a flock of conservationists in Canada. That flock has taken wing and education staff are now connecting with youth in new ways.
What happens when your classroom is a wetland?
Rivers Collegiate Wetland Learning Centre of Excellence offers students an engaging and transformative experience
Saved by science, cured by nature
What it meant for volunteer and research biologist Patrick Herzog to reconnect with nature after cancer
Where the water flows
The Dene community of Délı̨nę, in the Northwest Territories, is a model for Indigenous-led conservation. We supported Délı̨nę’s successful bid for a UNESCO International Biosphere Reserve Designation. And we provided the community with an online mapping application to support them in their land-use management.
Parks and education
Teaming up to transform the Shubenacadie Wildlife Park into a premier destination for outdoor learning
Hands-on conservation for the County of Brant
Ontario's Patti Ronald is leading her community to conservation with nest boxes, wetland programs and volunteerism
Volunteers on campus at Acadia University
Acadia student Stephanie White inspires other students to get outside and into wetlands
The side-effects of stress
Arctic researchers link stress experienced during moult to mortality
Celebrating 40 years of conservation action in Quebec
As DUC marks its 40th anniversary in Quebec, we look back on the successes and ahead to the future
Wetland interpretive boardwalk opens in Peace Country
Alberta homestead welcomes people into the world of wetlands and art
Quebec regional plans for wetland conservation
Currently available in French only
Interactive map systems detail Canadian wetlands inventory, wildlife data and more.
Invasive species on the loose in Newfoundland
DUC staff and volunteers work to stop purple loosestrife from invading Corner Brook Marsh.
From bathtubs to wetlands
Moncton heads in the “right direction” as it adopts guidelines that embrace natural infrastructure
Escape to the wild with the MarshKeeper Program
In retirement, an Albertan conservationist finds meaningful work in wetlands
Nature calls…in Kingston!
Free, family friendly Duck Day event nurtures love of the outdoors.
Aiming high for conservation
Find out how this husband-and-wife hunting duo found the opportunity to make a living doing what they love, and the means to give back
Decoys take flight
“Definitive” antique Canadian collection set to migrate into hands of admirers.