It’s no secret that our work began in 1938 to address declining duck populations—hence our name. But in the 80-plus years since our first wetland project was established, science has shown the wetlands we first saved for ducks are helping people in really important ways!
It’s plain to see that what’s good for the ducks is good for you. But keeping wetlands on our landscapes doesn’t just happen. Canada is still losing about 80 acres of wetlands every day. The good news is that it’s easy for you to help safeguard more of the wetlands that remain—and in doing so, help yourself and your fellow Canadians in really important ways!
As our environment changes, wetlands have our back—as long as we don’t turn our backs on them. Donate just $50 today to conserve an area of wetland the size of an average home.
Eleven Ducks Unlimited Canada researchers will attend the international conference, presenting on recent research, and learning from a global network of waterfowl scientists.
Nick Krete is restoring on-farm wetlands thanks to insurance industry support and private landowners' active participation.
It’s taken a quarter-century to map one-quarter of Canada’s boreal landscape. But advances in policy and technology will make every minute count.