Discover the latest from Ducks Unlimited Canada.
- Boreal Forest
- Canada 150
- Indigenous Partnerships
- Invasive Species
- Pacific Coast
- Pacific Interior
- Prairie Pothole Region
- Rescue Our Wetlands
- The Great Lakes & St. Lawrence
- Wetland restoration
- Youth advisory council
DUC is proud to recognize the Grade 6 class from St. Martha Catholic School in Fort McMurray, Alberta as our newest Wetland Heroes. Their fundraiser helped raise $2,000 for wetland conservation.
It’s time to take ownership of the multi-billion-dollar asset in our backyard—wetlands—before it’s too late.
International community calls on DUC’s conservation expertise to explain why boreal wetlands are key to mitigating climate change.
Cowessess First Nation and DUC are partnering on a wetland restoration project to reduce the nutrient loading that’s making Lake Winnipeg sick.
We invite you to celebrate this million-acre milestone by putting on your boots and jacket and taking a stroll in nature.
The program provides funding for wetland restoration projects and is designed to help mitigate wetland loss throughout the province.
The release of a new made-for-Alberta field guide is equipping residents with practical resources about wetland habitats in their backyard.
DUC works with private landowner to restore and conserve critical ecosystems on their donation of land in Alberta.
In the 80-plus years since our first wetland project was established, science has shown the wetlands we first saved for ducks are helping people in really important ways!
As climate change intensifies weather patterns, the 148 Mile Marshes are becoming even more valuable for their critical role in providing water for ranchers and farmers.
Investing in conservation is also for the human spirit.
As our environment changes, wetlands have our back—as long as we don’t turn our backs on them.