DIY Apparel

Over the years, FISHBIO’s annual gift baskets have evolved to almost exclusively feature products we make ourselves – and now that includes t-shirts.  Purchasing a t-shirt press Read More…

Birds of a Feather Prey Together

Fish are food for a wide array of species in rivers and lakes. As noted in our testimony before members of Congress, predation by nonnative fishes is Read More…

Photo Friday: What’s That Fish?

Correctly identifying fish is the foundation for nearly everything we do. To bring new staff up to speed and hone the skills of our seasoned employees, we Read More…

Scientific Supplies for Lao Students

Students in three rural villages in Laos now have some new tools for checking the health of their local rivers in streams. For several years, FISHBIO has Read More…

Film Friday: Our Highlights of 2017

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBgL8DjHLYo It's never too late for a fun video recap! Today's Film Friday is our highlights of 2017. From drone photography and working with high river flows, Read More…

The Winter Water Outlook

California is receiving its first substantial soaking after an unusually dry start to winter. We reported at the beginning of the current water year about the increasing Read More…

Flashback Friday – Caching In

On today's Flashback Friday, we bring you a bird skilled in both decoration and organization – a well-stocked larder is certainly a good way to start the Read More…

Southern humpy

It’s been a season for unexpected salmon sightings in the San Joaquin Basin. We recently reported on the chum salmon we spotted migrating up the Tuolumne River. Read More…