Discover the latest from Ducks Unlimited Canada.
Bee colony and honey farm benefit from a sweet partnership with DUC near Mortlach, Sask.
An adventurous couple from the Lone Star State migrate to Manitoba for winter vacation they’ll never forget.
Ontario farming family restores bird habitat on their land to help species at risk.
Volunteer Tom Cybolsky sees his local waters and wildlife from a new perspective, on an aerial inspection of DUC conservation projects
Prairie cattle rancher expands operations with Ducks Unlimited Canada land.
The Newfoundland phrase “wait a fair wind and you’ll get one” takes on new meaning for a patient photographer like Brendan Kelly. See how in this photo essay featuring Kelly's stunning photos.
We celebrate DUC's 80th anniversary with a nod to our hardworking volunteers, including one of our original Keemen and this year's National Volunteer of the Year.
They are pretty, but destructive to wetlands and other natural areas. DUC is combating invasive species using some surprising methods like gardening tools, livestock and beetles.
Volunteers explain why they give their time for conservation.
Beginning in 1939, Glen served as one of DUC’s original “Keeman” volunteers. As DUC celebrates its 80th anniversary, we’re honoured to share Glen’s story.