Management by measurement: Assessing the health of tidal marshes on B.C.’s West Coast

Management by measurement: Assessing the health of tidal marshes on B.C.’s West Coast

Assessing the health of tidal marshes on B.C.’s West Coast. What will it take to safeguard these essential environmental resources for the future?

Rising sea levels raise concerns on Canada’s coasts

Rising sea levels raise concerns on Canada’s coasts

Sea-level rise is a real and imminent threat to our nation’s coasts. We wade into our country’s coastal challenge.

Dale Brydges: a life of many conservation firsts

Dale Brydges: a life of many conservation firsts

Can the aggregate industry make space for biodiversity?

Can the aggregate industry make space for biodiversity?

Space for wildlife may be found in unexpected places in southern Ontario

Delivering sustainable business solutions

Delivering sustainable business solutions

The path from pit to paradise

The path from pit to paradise

Former aggregate extraction sites can help restore habitat for wildlife

Asking the scientists

Asking the scientists

Enquiring minds want to know … about wetlands. Students involved in Ducks Unlimited Canada’s Wetland Centres of Excellence posed their future-forward questions to our scientists. Their questions — and answers — may just inspire us all to take conservation action.

Canada duck stamp sales help fund conservation

Canada duck stamp sales help fund conservation

As the Canadian Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamp celebrates 35 years, we recognize the projects funded and the people—hunters and others—who support it.

Celebrating conservation greats

Celebrating conservation greats

DUC’s North American Waterfowl Conservation Honour Roll inducts new members

Campaigning for conservation

Campaigning for conservation

2019 federal election is an opportunity to let your voice speak for the future of wetlands in Canada

Fighting for the salmon and waterfowl of the Fraser

Fighting for the salmon and waterfowl of the Fraser

Conservation project aims to renew fish stocks and fight invasive plants in B.C.’s most famous estuary

Peel Watershed regional land use plan to be managed by government of Yukon and First Nations

Peel Watershed regional land use plan to be managed by government of Yukon and First Nations