How our work impacts conservation across Canada.
Where we’re working on the ground from coast to coast.
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Five Small Ducks You Can See in Winter
Not all ducks leave the country when cold weather comes to Canada’s forests, rivers, lakes and wetlands
Welcome Mélanie Deslongchamps, Manager of Provincial Operations in Quebec
As Manager of Provincial Operations, Mélanie Deslongchamps will oversee DUC's conservation and restoration efforts across Quebec.
Domaine de la Sagamité: an urban oasis in Quebec
DUC joins forces with City of Quebec to provide 300,000 residents with clean drinking water.
Ducks Unlimited Canada adds more than 80 hectares of protected wetlands in the Outaouais
Sébastien Rioux appointed to Director of Regional Operations – Eastern Region and British Columbia
Sébastien will continue to advance wetland conservation across the country through his new role, which includes overseeing operations in British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec and the Atlantic provinces.
$750 million to protect biodiversity in Southern Quebec
DUC’s Top 22 in 2022
We've put together our top conservation wins this year
Hunting in Quebec
Action Chelsea for the Respect of the Environment acquires the Hundred Acres Forest, in partnership with Ducks Unlimited Canada
Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) is proud to announce that it has acted as a financial partner with Action Chelsea for the Respect of the Environment (ACRE) in the acquisition of a 40.47 hectare property.
Ducks Unlimited Canada and its partners begin second phase of detailed wetland mapping in the Outaouais
This mapping of Outaouais will provide accurate and up-to-date data on the location, classification and status of wetlands.
First phase of mapping the Lower St. Lawrence Wetlands is now complete
La première phase du projet de cartographie détaillée des milieux humides du Bas Saint-Laurent est maintenant achevée.
A nature lover dedicated to conservation
Michel Renaud’s love of wildlife and passion for being outdoors inspired him to volunteer with DUC.
Wetland mapping leads to monumental advancements in conservation
Ducks Unlimited Canada receives Excellence in Conservation Award for its inclusive leadership and innovative approach.
Waswanipi Wetland Hero reveals plastic hidden in waterways
DUC names Traci Blacksmith a Wetland Hero. For the past year, Blacksmith has been doing clean-ups along the Ottawa River and the wetland Mud Lake.
Wetland conservation on Sainte-Thérèse Island
DUC joins forces with Government of Quebec and TC Energy to conserve wetlands with outstanding biodiversity on Sainte-Thérèse Island.
Partners in conservation of a habitat jewel
By partnering with DUC, TC Energy took concrete action to encourage the conservation of wetlands essential to maintaining biodiversity on Sainte-Thérèse Island.
Bolstering nature’s battle grounds
Fighting back against a destructive moth and other invasive species involves building ecosystem resilience.
Bernard Filion: a conservation legend
Looking back at a storied career committed to Quebec’s wetlands.
Sacha Haineault is DUC’s Volunteer of the Year in Quebec
As a firefighter, teacher, student and committed citizen, Sacha Haineault is a jack of all trades. However, when it comes to sharing his time with DUC, he does not count his hours.
Ducks Unlimited Canada and Environment and Climate Change Canada Join Forces to Rebuild the Digue-aux-Aigrettes Marsh
DUC helps revitalize Digue-aux-Aigrettes marsh, in the heart of the Lake Saint-François National Wildlife Area in Quebec.
Partnership protects the amazing Digue‑aux-Aigrettes Marsh
Marsh lies at the heart of the Lake Saint-François National Wildlife Area in Quebec.
Keeping conservation close to the heart
Fastened to Paul-Emile Bélanger’s lapel is a pin in the shape of a duck head. For good reason, he wears it close to his heart. Not only is it a memento he personally designed and produced, it’s a symbol of his commitment to DUC’s wetland conservation mission.
Marguerite-d’Youville Wildlife Refuge
An ongoing biodiversity improvement project located on Saint-Bernard Island, it has become a haven for creatures great and small.