Irish Fish and Brews

As fisheries biologists, our staff understandably have fish on the brain even during vacations, and we are constantly finding interesting and unexpected fish connections on our travels. Read More…

The Value of a California Salmon

While salmon have a high intrinsic value for ecological and cultural reasons, it is also possible to assign them a dollar amount – although not always easy. Read More…

Flashback Friday: Toothy Predator

In today's Flashback Friday, we head out on the water for a little fishing, and come face to face with a toothy lingcod. When we write about Read More…

Training Time

After more than a year in development, a draft of our Fish Conservation Zone (FCZ) assessment guidebook is finally in print. FISHBIO staff were excited to hold Read More…

Film Friday: Fishing for Loaches in Laos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoGMNiTdCjQ&t In today's Film Friday pick, we receive a fishing lesson from some young women in Laos. These fishers show us how they collect small loaches with Read More…

Bottled Water

Raw water, also known as natural water, is water that comes directly from the environment and has not been subjected to any treatment to make it suitable Read More…

Photo Friday: Two Views

Today's Photo Friday presents two views of our summer snorkel surveys. While the snorkeler's underwater observations to count rainbow trout are the heart of our surveys, equally Read More…

Fish Passage 2017

Biologists and engineers migrated to Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon, earlier this summer for the International Conference on Engineering and Ecohydrology for Fish Passage (Fish Passage Read More…