Meet the winners of the 2022 Wetland Centres of Excellence case study competition
Zoë Timberlake, Yuvika Patel and Sydney West from the Luther Marsh Wetland Centre of Excellence in Mount Forest, Ont. won DUC’s 2022 case study competition.
Reconnecting with the outdoors
Volunteering with DUC provides Alex Resvick a sense of peace and connections to family and friends.
Got ducks in your pool? Here’s what to do
If you have ducks in your pool, what’s most important is what you shouldn’t do. We’re here with a duck explainer to help.
Found a duck nest in Ontario? Here’s what to do
Have you noticed a nest in the yard? Or maybe on your daily stroll? We’re here with a duck-nest explainer to help.
Ducks Unlimited Canada acquires critical salt marsh habitat on the Acadian Peninsula
More than 250 acres will support wildlife and protect communities from the impacts of sea-level rise and coastal squeeze.
Seasonal ponds are life support for wildlife
Wetland habitats are the “neighbourhood” where ducks raise the next generation.
Watch inside a duck’s nest box
Watch and learn about the wood ducks and hooded mergansers using nest boxes installed by a DUC volunteer in New Brunswick—and get ready for the ducklings to hatch!
New federal funding will shore up Ducks Unlimited Canada’s conservation efforts in the Fraser River Estuary
$5-million investment will advance innovative solutions to build the resilience of key estuary marsh habitats for salmon and coastal flood protection
Small farm life is good for the soul
New small wetland at the Boothbys' Ontario farm brings wildlife and happiness.
Focus on water in Ontario
Science is helping us better understand the role of small wetlands in water quality
Focus on biodiversity in Ontario
We’re working all the angles to support biodiversity in Ontario communities.
Honouring an old friend with new commitments to conservation
Rob Harmon is keeping the fun in fundraising in Frontenac County and has been named Ontario's Volunteer of the Year.
At home in the outdoors
Angèle Scott's strong personal connection to wetland conservation coupled with her outstanding volunteer service earned her the title of DUC’s Volunteer of the Year in Nova Scotia.
Volunteer leadership that’s on the mark
Roger Giddings is as down to earth as they come. The sharpshooting, lifelong conservationist from Charlottetown has been volunteering with DUC for 12 years.
All in for conservation
A volunteer from Wabush, a small community in the western tip of Labrador, Luke Parsons believes wetland conservation is more than just a worthy cause—it’s a way of life.
Thirty years and counting: Putting community service and conservation first
Ed Christie is a staple in DUC's Harvey chapter and a well-known, long-serving community volunteer
A nature lover dedicated to conservation
Michel Renaud’s love of wildlife and passion for being outdoors inspired him to volunteer with DUC.
Little goes a long way: B.C. Marshkeeper makes his mark
In recognition of Craig Little’s outstanding volunteer service, leadership and passion for conservation, he was named DUC’s National Volunteer of the Year.
Conservation that’s all in the family
Teamwork, camaraderie and a sense of purpose are the driving force behind Charlene Seabrook's volunteer efforts with DUC.
A 40-year commitment to wetlands, waterfowl and future generations
When it comes to dedicated volunteers, Alberta's Frank Lockhart stands out in a crowd.
DUC analyzing wetlands on farms and ranches for carbon capture
High-tech monitoring towers in Manitoba measuring benefits of nature-based climate solutions.
New research from Ducks Unlimited Canada and the University of Saskatchewan demonstrates climate-cooling effects of wetlands
A newly released study demonstrates that wetlands in the Prairie Pothole Region have the potential to cool the surrounding atmosphere by one to three degrees.
Ducks Unlimited Canada releases comprehensive report to guide future restoration efforts in the Fraser River Estuary
Over the past 40 years, more than 100 tidal marsh restoration projects have been constructed in the Fraser River Estuary to mitigate the loss of habitats.