Thanks for making 2013 a success!

In our final update of 2013, we wanted to round up a few of our favorite highlights of the year, many of which we have shared with Read More…

A year in numbers

As 2013 draws to a close, we wanted to wrap it up with our own kind of countdown. Here's a look back at a few of our Read More…

Winter wishes

 Merry Christmas from all of us at FISHBIO! May your days be merry and bright...

Chinook salmon escapement preview

Across the West Coast, fall-run Chinook salmon migration is wrapping up and abundance estimates are being calculated. Most salmon abundance counts are calculated using carcass surveys to Read More…

Super star

This marine creature might look like a bright holiday bauble, but it’s actually a fearsome killer with more than a dozen arms in its arsenal. The sunflower Read More…

The bounty of Butte Creek

This past fall, FISHBIO partnered with Friends of Butte Creek to explore the largest run of wild, naturally spawned, spring-run Chinook salmon in California. The Butte Creek Read More…

Green tunnels of invasive weeds

The rich green foliage and delicate flowers of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) may appear ornate and decorative in backyard ponds, but the vigorous growth of this South Read More…

Snowy transformation

Sometimes when the weather turns, it can completely change the season. We experienced such a flip of the switch during recent work in the Sierra Nevada while Read More…

Metal and water don’t mix

Monitoring fish populations requires the use of many different types of specialized equipment. One of the most prevalent devices used for monitoring salmon has been the trusty Read More…