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Vital New York wetlands receive DU assistance

Ducks Unlimited is helping to enhance 1,000 acres of forested wetlands on Iroquois National Wildlife Refuge (NWR), one of the most important migratory stopover areas for waterfowl in western New York. The project includes removing a berm, installing new culverts, and planting trees to restore natural water flow to forested wetland habitat.

Shell Oil Invests in North America's Wetlands and Grasslands

As one of the largest producers of oil and natural gas in North America, Shell Oil is committed to maintaining the health of the landscape and its ability to provide these vital natural resources. To accomplish this, Shell has partnered with Ducks Unlimited in the United States and Canada, as well as with many other organizations, to increase the impact of its investments in conservation.

New Great Plains director of conservation programs

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. - Jan. 7, 2014 – Mike George is now leading Ducks Unlimited’s conservation work in Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming as director of conservation programs for those states. George is located in DU’s field office in Grand Island, Neb.

Scientists Call For Boreal Forest Protections

The International Boreal Conservation Science Panel recommendations were announced today at the International Congress for Conservation Biology in Baltimore.

Ducks Unlimited, Pew sign 10-year agreement to protect Canada's boreal forest

After a decade of unprecedented progress toward protecting Canada's boreal forest, Ducks Unlimited and The Pew Charitable Trusts will extend their partnership for another 10 years and redouble efforts to safeguard the largest intact forest on earth.

The DU Story - Part 5

Part 5 of the DU story focuses on where DU's priorirty conservation are, and how we can move towards the vision of wetlands sufficient to fill the skies with waterfowl today, tomorrow and forever.

Stewards of the Prairie

Cattle ranchers manage much of this continent's most important waterfowl breeding habitat

Where Ducks Unlimited Works

Ducks Unlimited takes a continental, landscape approach to waterfowl conservation. While we work in all 50 states, we focus the majority of our efforts and resources on the habitats most beneficial to waterfowl. Learn more about our top priority areas, as well as what DU is doing in your state.

DU Conservation Priority Areas

Click on the regions below to see how DU is conserving critical habitat in these priority areas.

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