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.
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.
Spartina: striking back
Combating an invasive plant in British Columbia
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…
Ducks Unlimited Canada partners with Street Capital Financial Corporation
Oak Hammock Marsh, Man.—Get a home for your family, give a home to wildlife. A new preferred mortgage program connects habitat conservation with home buying. Ducks Unlimited Canada is partnering with Street Capital Financial Corporation to offer preferred mortgage program benefits to DUC supporters. Through this affinity partnership, DUC…
ACOA announces $400,000 in funding for Nova Scotia Wetland and Wildlife Park
Shubenacadie, N.S. – Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is excited to announce that together with the Province of Nova Scotia’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR), we’ve received $400,000 in funding through the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency’s Innovative Communities Fund to enhance the Greenwing Legacy Interpretive Centre and Shubenacadie Provincial Wildlife…
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…