Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) has been conserving wetlands and their associated habitats for waterfowl, wildlife and people in Saskatchewan since 1938. That’s the year DUC established the Waterhen Marsh project near the town of Kinistino.
DUC has long recognized the unique value of Saskatchewan to North American waterfowl. Waterfowl migrate to Saskatchewan each spring to breed and raise their young. Saskatchewan citizens value the ecologically rich landscapes that make up their province and have played a leadership role in managing habitat for migratory bird species like waterfowl.
Saskatchewan’s wetland habitats are precious natural resources that need to be conserved, restored and managed as part of the province’s sustainable environmental, economic and social future. Waterfowl research from across North America, including ewtensive studies conducted in prairie and parkland Saskatchewan, guide habitat programs delivered by DUC.
DUC employs scientists, biologists, agrologists, engineers and technical staff specialized in the conservation of wetlands and their associated habitats. DUC also partners with other non-profit organizations, all levels of government, landowners and industry to help reach its conservation goals.
If you would like more information on Ducks Unlimited in the Kerrobert area, please contact Jim Wilson at (306) 834-5156.
If you would like more information on Ducks Unlimited Saskatchewan, please contact the Provincial Office below.
- P.O. Box 4465
- 1030 Winnipeg St.
- Regina, SK
- S4R 8P8
- Phone: (306) 569-0424
- Fax: (306) 565-3699