Photo Friday: Fieldwork Selfie

Even in the midst of monitoring fish, we can often find time to snap a selfie. Whether we're working in California or Southeast Asia, we always have Read More…

A stubborn fish called cabezon

The cabezon (Scorpaenichthys marmoratus) is a unique fish living on the Pacific coast. Generally found near the ocean floor, the cabezon is known for being stubborn because Read More…

Night shift

We often have to work some pretty late hours at FISHBIO, sometimes spanning the entire night.  This unconventional schedule is partially due to rotary screw trap efficiency Read More…

Film Friday: Fish Puppets on Parade in Laos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NaLpYikiLI8 World Fish Migration Day is just one week away on April 21! To get ready, we're revisiting this video we made to celebrate the 2016 World Read More…

You’re in Heron Territory

While quietly kayaking down a calm stretch of river, you may be unaware that you are in the presence of a heron, until suddenly from downstream you Read More…

A Miracle March? Not Quite

The year was 1991; California was entering a fifth year of drought, Sierra snowpack was at 18 percent of the historical average at the beginning of March, Read More…