The gift of time

The gift of time

A Verona-area landowner is inspired by wetlands to give back to nature and conservation.

Warm warnings

Warm warnings

Arctic waterfowl researchers explore climate change links and the effects on northern breeding populations of ducks and geese.

Migratory Connections

Migratory Connections

New data and migration maps help northern communities address waterfowl conservation concerns.

Congratulations are in order!

Congratulations are in order!

Announcing the winner of DUC Volunteer of the Year

Don’t miss the greatest show on Earth

Don’t miss the greatest show on Earth

Celebrate Spring Migration Week as Canada’s land and skies come alive

Ducks University prize trip awarded

Ducks University prize trip awarded

Ontario student’s entry pulled from hundreds in Rescue Our Wetlands contest

Managing forests that conserve wetlands and water quality

Managing forests that conserve wetlands and water quality

Partnership with Tembec advances forestry and conservation practices

Sister act: the Roper project

Sister act: the Roper project

Protecting Alberta wetlands through restoration and DUC's Revolving Land Program

Long-lost species returns to the prairies

Long-lost species returns to the prairies

Healthy habitat and unusual spring conditions to thank for unique migration sightings

Vote now for DUC’s national Volunteer of the Year

Vote now for DUC’s national Volunteer of the Year

Help use celebrate our most dedicated volunteers across the country,

Ontario’s Kerry Coleman nominated for Volunteer of the Year

Ontario’s Kerry Coleman nominated for Volunteer of the Year

“In order to walk in the door and become a volunteer you have to have an interest in the cause, but a good volunteer requires dedication and commitment,” says Kerry Coleman, Ontario’s nominee for DUC’s national Volunteer of the Year. “Sometimes people volunteer but they don’t follow up on…

Right people, right place, right time

Right people, right place, right time

First BMP workshop of its kind in Canada’s working boreal forest.