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Plans to re-open Frank Lake, Clifford E. Lee to public underway

Plans to re-open Frank Lake, Clifford E. Lee to public underway

Planning is currently underway to re-open popular DUC conservation project areas in Alberta that typically attract a high number of visitors.

Conservation programs in Alberta needed now more than ever

Conservation programs in Alberta needed now more than ever

There will be more wetlands and habitat acres restored in Alberta as Ducks Unlimited Canada continues to deliver its conservation programs with landowners this spring.

Ready, set, bid

Ready, set, bid

The new DUC online auction brings the fun and excitement of bidding on your favourite DUC-branded event merchandise and other exclusive items, right to you—in the comfort of your home!

Oak Hammock Marsh nest cam gives intimate look at Canada goose and her nest

Oak Hammock Marsh nest cam gives intimate look at Canada goose and her nest

A special web cam monitors the progress of a Canada goose and her mate, who chose the rooftop of DUC's national offices at Oak Hammock Marsh for their nest.

Helping nature with photography

Helping nature with photography

DUC volunteer and photographer Linda Leigh uses her images to help conservation

The secrets to successful dating, from North America’s drakes

The secrets to successful dating, from North America’s drakes

Printable infographics featuring the strange courtship displays of North American ducks

Honouring our volunteer community

Honouring our volunteer community

A message from DUC CEO Karla Guyn

For the love of community

For the love of community

Nova Scotia’s Amy Smith is a jack of all trades—a veteran event volunteer who’s seasoned at everything from chairing a committee to designing programs and selling raffle tickets at fundraisers across her home province.

Rooted in conservation

Rooted in conservation

Craig MacLaren named DUC’s volunteer of the year in P.E.I.

Forging relationships to forge ahead

Forging relationships to forge ahead

This was Cathy Gulka’s reaction when the Regina resident learned that she had been selected as Saskatchewan’s Volunteer of the Year.

Sharing lessons of conservation with the next generation

Sharing lessons of conservation with the next generation

Giving back to nature is part of Kevin Guenard’s DNA. The Calgary outdoorsman has spent the past 22 years volunteering with DUC to conserve Alberta’s precious wetlands—including those along the Sheep River Valley where Guenard first got hooked on the wild as a youngster.