Wishing You a Happy 2019!

We wish you a wonderful 2019 filled with all things fish. Happy New Year!

FISHBIO Countdown of 2018

As another year draws to a close, here is a look back at our 2018 by the numbers: 125,982 fish counted during snorkel surveys on two rivers Read More…

Marveling at the Marbled Goby

During a visit to the large Mekong fish landing site in Khong District, Champasak Province, Lao PDR, our FISHBIO Laos staff found many different fish species, but Read More…

Happy Holidays 2018!

Wishing all of you a Merry Fishmas and a Happy New Year! Happy Holidays from the FISHBIO Crew!

Photo Friday: Christmas Workshop

Our office has been transformed into Santa's workshop as our elves have been busily preparing this year's Christmas baskets. The crates are chock full of our usual Read More…

Tale of the Tule Elk

We might not have reindeer in California, but we do have our share of large grazing ungulates. Historically, the Central Valley was home to massive groups of Read More…

FISHBIO Highlights of 2018

The close of another year gives us a chance to look back on milestones of all sizes, from new projects and scientific publications, to a giant stingray Read More…

Flashback Friday: Not Just Stealing Kisses

As you're getting ready to hang some mistletoe for the holidays, you can read about its scientific side in today's Flashback Friday! One wintertime memento that decorates Read More…

Fish and Fire

In recent years, some of the most destructive wildfires in documented history have ravaged large swaths of the Golden State, taking an unprecedented toll on human life Read More…

Stinky Salmon and Other Natural Fertilizers

From dying salmon, mighty redwoods grow. Scientists have long studied how the expansive, lush forests of the Pacific Northwest are nourished by an annual fertilizer boost provided Read More…