That’s a wrap!

Each December FISHBIO throws an end of the year party to celebrate the holidays and to review our accomplishments for the year. This year's Holiday Party was Read More…

Birding challenge

As we travel many miles daily to and from our fish monitoring sites we often take notice of the numerous raptors (birds of prey) present in California's Read More…

Laying fiberglass

[gallery link="file" ids="10112,10114,10113,10109,10110,10111"] We have made significant progress on the fabrication of our “Fish Racetrack” since we last posted on the project. Once the flume tank was Read More…

Berry Christmas

Toyon (Heteromeles arbutifolia), also known as "Christmas berry", was once commonly used throughout California as a holiday decoration. Toyon is native to California and is found in Read More…

Colorful catch

Well, it happened again. Last year we observed three sockeye/kokanee salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka see post Kokan-eye?) attempting to spawn in the lower Stanislaus River and recently we captured Read More…

Invasive species pose management challenges

Earlier this month, the U.S. Forest Service released its first ever national-level policy on management of invasive species throughout aquatic and terrestrial areas of the National Forest Read More…

The eagle has landed

  We increasingly receive phone calls from people who have seen FISHBIO's fabrication work on our website and Facebook page, or have heard about us through word-of-mouth. Read More…

Group effort

[gallery link="file" ids="9795,9793,9794"] Armed with a half-dozen backpack electrofishers, a crew of "netters" and "shockers" waded through the Lower Kings River last week in search of rainbow trout. Read More…

25 years of SCB!

The Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) has just hosted its 25th International Congress for Conservation Biology with over 1300 global attendees converging in Auckland, New Zealand. FISHBIO Read More…