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The plight of pollinators

The plight of pollinators

Helping these small creatures is also an act of helping ourselves

The Big Hatch

The Big Hatch

DUC conserves, restores and manages wetlands with a big waterfowl hatch in mind. If the habitat is available and the conditions are right, the payoff is undeniably adorable.

Reed Ranch School named as a DUC Wetland Hero

Reed Ranch School named as a DUC Wetland Hero

A small school in Olds, Alberta reaches a big conservation milestone.

Honda Canada and DUC: conserving Canada’s great outdoors

Honda Canada and DUC: conserving Canada’s great outdoors

Partnership helps conserve wilderness for future generations and rewards conservation supporters with special Honda offers.

2019 Desktop Calendar Downloads

2019 Desktop Calendar Downloads

New Grassland Habitat at Luther Marsh

New Grassland Habitat at Luther Marsh

A tallgrass prairie project in the headwaters region of the Grand River watershed.

Ready for change: building resilient communities

Ready for change: building resilient communities

DUC and Johnson Insurance are joining forces in a new affinity partnership that provides practical solutions to deal with climate change and foster resilient people and communities.

That time when a duck family took over the backyard pool

That time when a duck family took over the backyard pool

Just when the mid-summer weather sends the family out to the backyard pool, another family arrives hoping to duck in.

Alberta’s Gregg Gallaway named DUC’s National Volunteer of the Year

Alberta’s Gregg Gallaway named DUC’s National Volunteer of the Year

For volunteer Gregg Gallaway, supporting wetland conservation is an investment in the future.

Celebrating DUC’s Volunteer Champions

Celebrating DUC’s Volunteer Champions

Honouring DUC's top volunteers across the country for National Volunteer Week.

Where Bobolinks flit among the cattails

Where Bobolinks flit among the cattails

Forty years is just the beginning for a restored wetland in Middlesex County.