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.
Building better fish ladders
How we're using research to build better ladders and nature-like fishways in the Maritimes.
Manitoba announces Protected Areas Strategy
Boreal forest receives expanded protection
Years of wetland walks inspire help for Serpentine
White Rock couple compelled to help DUC's first project in the Lower Mainland.
Community celebrates restoration of local wetland gem
Calton Swamp Wildlife Management Area is a product of passion and collaboration
NWT residents link conservation to prosperity before heading to the polls
Poll shows that two thirds want at least half of the land and water protected.
Species-at-risk thrive in restored wetland
High concentrations of rare plant species found around New Brunswick project site.
NWT Residents See Environmental Protection as Key to Jobs and Prosperity: Poll
Nearly two thirds want at least half of NWT lands and waters protected
Honouring service and sacrifice this Remembrance Day
Remembrance Day Special: World War II veteran keeps wild places close to heart.
Illegal drainage threatens iconic Big Grass Marsh in Manitoba
Troubling activities at the birthplace of wetland conservation underscores need for strong regulations.
New wetlands added to Marsh Lake project
Okanagan family's donation of marshland will safeguard the land and its wildlife.
New wetlands added to B.C. Marsh Lake project
KELOWNA, B.C. – A long-standing Okanagan family has generously donated two parcels of marshland to Ducks Unlimited Canada, ensuring their wetland values will be maintained for wildlife in perpetuity. The Young and Lloyd families, which settled in Oyama in the early days of the community’s establishment more than a…
Tufts restoration project
Revolving Land Conservation Program: Balancing production and conservation on agricultural land.
High-tech mapping in Newfoundland and Labrador
How developing GIS tools is helping conservation.
Mentoring tomorrow’s waterfowlers
Mentors are as much a part of waterfowling memories as decoys, blinds and birds.
Researching peatlands for restoration
Letting water back in and fertilizing the soil may help get peat plots back on track.
Boreal leadership council
How the Boreal Forest Conservation Framework influenced sustainability in Quebec.
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…
BP settlement funds flow to Allan/Dana Hills
DUC receives settlement funds from the BP Oil Spill, as part of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act
Thaidene Nëné National Park Reserve
A step forward for the Dene community of Łutsel K’e to see its conservation vision materialize.
Proposed drainage regulations
New regulations focus on conserving wetlands and safeguarding the benefits they provide.
Scaling Moncton’s snow mountain
A newly constructed wetland will clean the water running off from Moncton's snow dump.
Thames River wetland restoration
A multi-year enhancement project is creating quality habitat for waterfowl, songbirds and other wetland-dependent wildlife.
Courtenay River estuary
Teaming up with landowners to conserve vital waterfowl habitat on the B.C. coast.
Water Sustainability Act
Updating century-old legislation for the province’s water resources.