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One of DUC’s most renowned artists and tireless fundraisers is set to call it a career at the end of the year. Ken Ferris, DUC’s manager of volunteer and corporate fundraising for northern B.C., is retiring.
As a young child growing up in Poland, Aleksandra Kepczynska—known as Ola to friends—had no idea unwrapping a present would shape the rest of her life and a budding career in conservation.
Why do we talk about “natural infrastructure” in conservation today?
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This four-generation farm sits at the confluence of three major migration flyways. Here, potential waterfowl densities for all species combined are estimated at 51-60 pairs per square mile.
For Ron Houck, nature is an important part of his farm’s history—and it’s worth saving. Habitat he’s protected with the help of DUC benefits more than 50 species of birds and other animals.
For explorer and photographer Dax Justin, getting outside and reconnecting to the vitality of nature and our ecosystem is the only way to live.
In Canada’s smallest province, DUC restores a salt marsh to slow erosion caused by rising seas
Marsh lies at the heart of the Lake Saint-François National Wildlife Area in Quebec.
A shared journey led Parker to learn about wetlands in a pandemic summer
DUC leads the way in using science and research to measure our wetland conservation impacts.
Ducks Unlimited Canada hereby gives notice that an application has been made to the Minister of Transport, pursuant to the Canadian Navigable Waters Act for approval of breaches to Woodward Dam.