The FISHBIO Countdown of 2015

We're ready to ring in 2016 with our own kind of countdown: a look at some of this year's accomplishments by the numbers. 55,233 fish counted at Read More…

Our Top Stories of 2015

As we continually meet new people and they hear the name FISHBIO, they will often tell us, “I read your Fish Report.” This was particularly true at Read More…

Happy Holidays for 2015

May your holiday season be full of surprises!

Crate Full of Christmas

The FISHBIO elves have had a very busy year of smoking, dehydrating, canning, and bottling goodies from our vegetable garden and fruit trees. During the holiday season, Read More…

FISHBIO’s Best of 2015

As 2015 draws to a close, we wanted to share some of our highlights of the year, and thank our partners, collaborators, and community for making our Read More…

Unfestive Greenery

It may be the time of year for decking the halls, but decked riverbanks are far from a welcome sight. Unfortunately, California’s warm summer weather and prolonged Read More…

An Invader From the North

Invasive fish species are a perennial hot topic, especially in California where non-native fishes such as striped bass (Morone saxatilis) are implicated in high predation on native Read More…

Tsunami Stunts Fish Growth

Picturing the effects of the 2011 Japan tsunami conjures up vivid images of the immediate disaster: swamped fishing boats, towns washed away, or the meltdown at the Read More…

Off the charts

Migrating salmon make drawing graphs much more fun. At least, that’s our hope when we share the weekly salmon counts from the Stanislaus River with several classrooms Read More…

Fish-Boy is for Real

We’re proud to announce that FISHBIO can now count a national champion among our ranks. Earlier this year, one of our technicians, Logan Douglas, was selected as Read More…