Discover the latest from Ducks Unlimited Canada.
- Boreal Forest
- Canada 150
- Indigenous Partnerships
- Invasive Species
- Pacific Coast
- Pacific Interior
- Prairie Pothole Region
- Rescue Our Wetlands
- The Great Lakes & St. Lawrence
- Wetland restoration
- Youth advisory council
As more research uncovers the significance of wetlands, their conservation will benefit a diverse array of species, including songbirds.
The Fowler family farm, once a productive agricultural landscape, now a lush wildlife-friendly mix of wetlands, aspen bluffs and hay.
Originally from England and now farming in Manitoba, Tony and Angela Prynne signed a conservation agreement with DUC in July 2022.
Mark Mortimer shares the story of his journey on the first annual Kingston Ride for Conservation
David Beadle is a freelance illustrator, photographer, birder and moth enthusiast. He is co-author of Peterson Field Guide to Moths of Northeastern North America .
"I saw this property on the Bruce Peninsula ... The interior forest habitat had been lost, the streams and wetlands were broken. And I knew I could fix it."
Anyone who wanted to celebrate their parents’ life can donate to help get kids outside, learning about nature and the wildlife.
Ever wonder where the ducks go in summer? A DUC waterfowl expert explains why these birds hide out during a period called moulting.
Cyclists saddle up for conservation this summer.
Researchers designed a study in rural sites on private land set in low-lying areas that receive surface water runoff from surrounding fields.
Natural disaster resilience needs to be a focus for communities across Canada that involves actively restoring and managing natural areas.
In winter, Hudson Bay is covered in thick sea ice. In spring, the ice slowly begins to melt, creating a patchwork of ice floes and melt ponds.