Quality Time with Computers and Fish

The quality of the work we do is something we take pride in here at FISHBIO, whether we are brewing beer, tending our garden, teaching children, and Read More…

Photo Friday: Measuring Up

We don't often install a fish trap on the Stanislaus weir, but when we do it's a great chance to get a close-up look at some migrating Read More…

A Vision for Migratory Fish in Cambodia

Migratory fish are the one of the many great wonders of the Mekong River. Every fall, these incredible fish undertake a massive migration in Cambodia out of Read More…

Film Friday: Catching Fish, Collecting Data

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CLDwuTKJGg&t Today's Film Friday highlights a participatory research project we conducted with fishermen in Laos. With support from the Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund, we trained Read More…

Spawn of the Living Dead

As October draws to a close, most of us have spent the past few weeks surrounded by images of Halloween monsters. Whether flipping past TV horror movies Read More…

The Spring-run Salmon Saga of the San Joaquin

We’ve recently reported on the long and fascinating history of Friant Dam, the collapse of San Joaquin River salmon populations, and the groundbreaking lawsuit that resulted in Read More…

Photo Friday: Weir Watching

Flows have been up on both the Stanislaus and Tuolumne Rivers, and that's meant some around-the-clock shifts for our field crews to "babysit" our fish counting weirs. Read More…

A Bark Worse Than Their Bite

Few fish get a bad rap quite like the piranha. Their reputation as bloodthirsty dates back to at least 1913, when Theodore Roosevelt described them as “…the Read More…