Flashback Friday: In the Thick of It

In today's Flashback Friday, we go deep into the bushes in search of the Sacramento splittail. Sometimes the riverine habitat we work in doesn’t even resemble a Read More…

All Boys Club

Can skewing sex ratios of invasive fish save salmonids? Last year we wrote a Fish Report about a predator-control method being developed by Idaho’s Department of Fish Read More…

Film Friday: The Nakasng Fish Landing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4ct-d-X6OY Today's Film Friday is a look at bustling Nakasang Fish Landing, located on the Mekong River in Laos near the border with Cambodia. This site is Read More…

Spotting Patterns in Fish Freckles

Some researchers spend so much time with the species they study that they eventually begin to recognize individual animals by their physical traits or unique “personality” quirks. Read More…

Delta Drought Review: How Did We Do?

The stress of an extreme drought can plunge a freshwater-hungry region into crisis mode. Multiple years of high temperatures plus little rain and snowfall from 2012–2016 drained Read More…

Moments in Myanmar

Indawgyi Lake is like its own little world. Far-flung in the northernmost reaches of Myanmar, the lake’s cluster of farming communities offer only one guest house for Read More…