Discover the latest from Ducks Unlimited Canada.
DUC Engineer Dave Dobson was part of the original Lenore wetland project 30 years ago. Now he’s helping to improve it for the future.
Rob Lamont and Pat Lamont, from Brandon, Man., are the kind of dedicated volunteer that DUC is celebrating this year as part of its 80th anniversary.
Passionate about conservation, Johnny Lynch explored new ways to survey, monitor and conserve wildlife, especially waterfowl.
Youth across Canada are discovering their passion for wetland conservation at Wetland Centres of Excellence, thanks to DUC and BMO.
No two wetlands are alike. And their uniqueness is what makes each of them truly special.
Up to 20 per cent of North America’s waterfowl migrate to overwinter in Mexico. But the wetlands they depend on there are threatened. That’s why committed conservationists are working tirelessly on their behalf, to protect these unique habitats.
A landowner’s call for help receives a rapid response to halt an invasive aquatic plant.
The city of Terrebonne, Quebec, is proof that urban growth doesn’t have to come at the cost of conservation.
Forty kilometres from Parliament Hill is an area that provides habitat for waterfowl, at-risk turtles and other wildlife. One woman is rallying people to protect it.
Guyette & Deeter estimate that when the antique decoy auction is complete, DUC will receive more than $875,000 USD from the sales to support conservation in Canada.
Building relationships with partners is the key to conservation progress in the Northwest Territories
Super computers help researchers model the future impact of climate change on prairie wildlife habitat