Surviving Class Five

During FISHBIO’s memorable rafting survey through the Upper Tuolumne River earlier this year, we survived our share of whitewater scares. Our most harrowing float included Miracle Mile Read More…

Rafting for Research

Earlier this year, our staff had the privilege of going back in time, leaving most technology and motorized vehicles behind on an adventure down the Upper Tuolumne Read More…

Tuolumne River Takes Center Stage

The Tuolumne River was recently in the spotlight at the 2nd Annual Tuolumne River Film and Culture Festival in Atherton, California. The festival helped to raise awareness Read More…

Houston, we have a problem…

As we do every spring on many of the rivers in California, we are currently using rotary screw traps to enumerate outmigrating juvenile salmon – but this year, Read More…

California Cleanup Day

Last Saturday (September 21) was a day of many names, which all pointed to a common mission: cleaning up our local waterways. The California Coastal Commission dubbed Read More…

Cat in the grass

Wildlife watching can be like playing a game of “I spy.” If you spend enough time outdoors in California and keep a sharp lookout, you might be Read More…

FISHBIO fall-run chinook salmon update

Fall-run Chinook adults are still trickling into various tributaries along the West Coast, leading to even higher numbers than were observed in 2009. Since higher numbers are Read More…