Photo Friday: Flood from Above

  In light of the high water levels in the Central Valley's river's this summer, we've taken the opportunity to survey some new and unusual habitats, like Read More…

Sticky Mess Success

As anyone who’s worked in tidal mudflats knows, even the simplest tasks – like walking – can become surprisingly difficult in muddy terrain. While our biologists are Read More…

Acoustic Fish Tags Document Predation

Not only can predatory fish take a bite out of salmon populations, they can also mess with studies of fish survival. Tagging and tracking fish with acoustic Read More…

Film Friday: FISHBIO Brewing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OM5dFSXz8E&t With summer upon us, we have beer brewing on the brain, which is the subject of today's Film Friday. This timelapse video shows the evolution of Read More…

Springing from Karst

Water can enter a river in a number of ways: melting from a mountaintop, falling from the sky, or bubbling up from the ground. In California’s Central Read More…

Photo Friday: Baby Hawks

Today's photo Friday is a peek at a nest full of baby Red-Shouldered Hawks. Our staff enjoyed checking in on this raptor family while monitoring one of Read More…

Upcycled Dehydrator

Thanks to the expert fabricators in our FABLAB, our kitchen now has a custom-built dehydrator, a bit larger than a typical off-the-shelf unit. They converted an inoperable Read More…

Flashback Friday: Hatchery History

Our recent Fish Reports on the 2016 and 2017 salmon seasons highlight the major role fish hatcheries play in California's salmon fishery. On today's Flashback Friday, we Read More…