Discover the latest from Ducks Unlimited Canada
The Atocas Bay project highlights the benefits of restored wetlands and how agricultural stewardship can sustain both farming and wildlife.
A partnership between DUC and Minimax Express is spreading the message of conservation across Ontario and Quebec via a specially wrapped tractor-trailer.
Four reasons why the environmental benefits provided by trees may tip the balance in favour of viewing wooded areas as less of an obstacle, and more of a resource to manage.
Learn about the importance of the Alberta's native grasslands that support wildlife and bird species, including the northern pintail.
Wetland Centre of Excellence students inspire concern for birds and wetlands through art.
Members of Canada’s insurance industry are exploring the power of nature to reduce flood risks.
Wetland restoration creates a powerful ripple effect that generates real environmental gains for communities throughout the country.
Katie Scott combines her passion for conservation with a background in biology and education.
Fort Richmond Collegiate students' solution to sea-level rise earns $500 for the school and students are named Youth Wetland Experts.
Manitoba farmers working with Ducks Unlimited Canada say winter wheat is their most profitable cereal crop.
These flying mammals have closer ties to wetland biodiversity than we realize.
B.C.'s James Soutar is a conservation leader who continues bringing people together in the name of wetlands and wildlife.