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Canadian habitat conservation helps North American ducks hold steady

Canadian habitat conservation helps North American ducks hold steady

2016 Waterfowl Population Status Report estimates 48.4 million breeding ducks

An up-close look at wetland success

An up-close look at wetland success

Volunteers learn about vegetation and wildlife during the drawdown of Oshawa Second Marsh

Ducking and running for wetlands

Ducking and running for wetlands

Uniting the running and walking community with wetland conservation proves to be a natural fit

Sleuthing for scaup

Sleuthing for scaup

Recent findings highlight the importance of Canadian breeding grounds.

The science of summer

The science of summer

For a crack team of DUC researchers, summer means time on the waters of Delta Marsh, gathering intelligence on what makes the iconic wetland tick.

Technology is for the birds

Technology is for the birds

Report shows how technological advances track migration and help protect the future of bird species.

Summer camp for tomorrow’s waterfowlers

Summer camp for tomorrow’s waterfowlers

Weekend youth getaway combines waterfowling education with good old-fashioned summer fun

Oshawa Second Marsh: Exposed!

Oshawa Second Marsh: Exposed!

Drained marsh sets the stage for a dramatic reveal.

Hazard Campbell: A legendary life

Hazard Campbell: A legendary life

North America’s conservation community remembers “ambassador for the ducks.”

Home-builders for ducks

Home-builders for ducks

Father-son volunteer duo build more than 600 nest box kits this year alone

Learning in the rain

Learning in the rain

Students share their experiences from a wet and wild field trip near Weyburn, Sask.

Misty mornings with Trevor Tennant

Misty mornings with Trevor Tennant

DUC’s 2016 MBNA-sponsored Artist of the Year selected for his painting, Shoreline Retreat.