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Celebrating 40 years of conservation action in Quebec

Celebrating 40 years of conservation action in Quebec

As DUC marks its 40th anniversary in Quebec, we look back on the successes and ahead to the future

North American Waterfowl Conservation Honour Roll inductees

North American Waterfowl Conservation Honour Roll inductees

DUC recognizes and thanks two conservation greats in 2016

Beautiful, bizarre…and under threat

Beautiful, bizarre…and under threat

Wetland conservation is a world-wide concern. In Australia, it may hold the key to protecting one of the seven natural wonders of the world: the Great Barrier Reef.

Wetland interpretive boardwalk opens in Peace Country

Wetland interpretive boardwalk opens in Peace Country

Alberta homestead welcomes people into the world of wetlands and art

Invasive species on the loose in Newfoundland

Invasive species on the loose in Newfoundland

DUC staff and volunteers work to stop purple loosestrife from invading Corner Brook Marsh.

Hunters: the original Marsh Keepers

Hunters: the original Marsh Keepers

How waterfowlers shaped DUC's mission more than 80 years ago, and what it means for conservation today.

From bathtubs to wetlands

From bathtubs to wetlands

Moncton heads in the “right direction” as it adopts guidelines that embrace natural infrastructure

Escape to the wild with the MarshKeeper Program

Escape to the wild with the MarshKeeper Program

In retirement, an Albertan conservationist finds meaningful work in wetlands

Aiming high for conservation

Aiming high for conservation

Find out how this husband-and-wife hunting duo found the opportunity to make a living doing what they love, and the means to give back

Decoys take flight

Decoys take flight

“Definitive” antique Canadian collection set to migrate into hands of admirers.

Migratory milestones

Migratory milestones

The centennial anniversary of the Migratory Bird Treaty is reason to reflect and celebrate.

Out of the concrete jungle and into nature

Out of the concrete jungle and into nature

Hands-on learning in Toronto’s natural oasis connects urban students with wetlands and environmental stewardship