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- Pacific Coast
- Pacific Interior
- Prairie Pothole Region
- Rescue Our Wetlands
- The Great Lakes & St. Lawrence
Jodie Wenman came to DUC for the friendship and stayed for the waterfowl. Sixteen years later, her passion for conservation is stronger than ever.
What started as a small group looking to form a DUC chapter in Kamloops has blossomed into 37 years of dedication to conservation and unequivocal friendships for Glenn Dreger.
A self-described “outdoorsy” person, Angèle Scott has always felt an attachment to nature. So, when her family members first asked her to join DUC as a volunteer, it was an easy fit.
An avid hunter and outdoorsman, nothing makes David O’Connor happier than helping others discover a passion for nature.
For Vivian Kierstead, volunteering with DUC is a family affair. Vivian and her husband Bill began volunteering with the Kent County chapter 31 years ago, and have passed on their passion to their two daughters.
Daryl Hutton’s passion for bird habitat began when he was a boy growing up on his family’s farm. Today, supporting conservation and enjoying the outdoors is a way life.
Paul Usher, a senior engineering technologist in B.C., is set to retire after a remarkable 40-year career at DUC.
Three breaches to the Woodward Dam and Training Wall will help juvenile salmon and improve biodiversity in marsh habitats of the Fraser River estuary.
Proposed solution to sea-level rise in Atlantic Canada helps team clinch top honours.
Celebrating biodiversity in the Saint John River floodplain with the Acadian Birder
What a University of New Brunswick student’s research could tell us about waterfowl and nest-box stewardship in the lower Saint John River floodplain.
Duo help develop wildly successful nature guides for their hometown.