DU’s Petrie receives 2019 NAWMP National Blue-winged Teal Award

World's Leader in Wetland & Waterfowl Conservation:

14 million acres and counting

Wetland Conservation

Where We Work

DU takes a continental approach to wetland conservation.

How We Conserve

How We Conserve

DU conservation programs are rooted in science & research.

Waterfowl Habitat

Waterfowl Habitat

Wetlands & grasslands are key to waterfowl and other wildlife.

Make a Difference

Make a Difference

DU has conserved more than 14 million acres since 1937.

Public Policy

Public Policy

DU is the voice for waterfowl in Washington, D.C.

Land Protection

Land Protection

A critical tool by which DU conserves habitat.

Waterfowl Biology

Waterfowl Biology

Learn all you could ever want to know about waterfowl.

Our Initiatives

Our Initiatives

Learn more about how DU is ensuring a strong future for ducks.

Science Reports

The International Science Report identifies the researchers (staff and partners) and provides brief summaries of all the research ongoing in which DUC, DUI, and/or DUMAC are engaged across North America.

The Spotlight Report takes a deeper dive, and importantly, introduces you to the students (including the various DU fellowship awardees) and/or staff that are engaged in some of the research.

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Get Involved

DU has conserved more than 14 million acres since 1937. Without substantial contributions from passionate DU leaders, this wouldn’t have been possible.

DU Land Sales

Prime land available for waterfowl and other wildlife. Find all the information you need on DU land sales at the link below.

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