Editor's Pick

Where the water flows

by Julielee Stitt


Montana Fishing Safari

by Staff Writer


My passion, our journey

by Karla Guyn


The great divide

by Nigel Simms


Staring at the sun

by Jeope Wolfe

Naturalized wetland in Winnipeg, built with the expertise of people like Gord MacKay of Native Plant Solutions. ©DUC/Tye Gregg

A Ducks family’s conservation legacy lives on

Neil and Gord MacKay’s connection to one another and to the mission are both unifying and inspiring.

In 1985, canvasbacks were one of several waterfowl species of special concern to biologists. ©DUC

Thirty years later

The international partnership that changed wetland and waterfowl conservation

Since staff at Native Plant Solutions naturalized a pond at Rossmere Golf and Country Club, golf course superintendent Greg Mitchell has noticed more waterfowl and wildlife. ©Native Plant Solutions

Links to wetlands

Naturalizing bodies of water on a golf course

A redhead hen rests among a stand of early cattails. Grilled or steamed shoots from young cattails can be a tasty addition to your wildfowl meal.

Diversify your dining

Three recipes to whet your appetite