As Canada’s leading wetland conservation organization, DUC has helped conserve 23 of Canada’s 37 Ramsar sites.
Only Brazil, Bolivia and the Congo have more area of wetlands with Ramsar designation. Canada is also home to the second largest Ramsar site in the world, the Queen Maude Gulf that lies between the northern coast of the mainland and the southeastern corner of Victoria Island in Nunavut.
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