Studying a Swamp Soundscape

As visual creatures, humans rely heavily on their eyes to navigate the world, but this adaptation isn’t much help in the waters of a muddy swamp. While Read More…

Flashback Friday: Safe Harbor

If you're looking for a good dose of adorable wildlife, look no further than today's Flashback Friday. We bring you a profile of the highly charismatic Pacific Read More…

Photo Friday: Follow the Leader

Several of our recent projects, such as the Stanislaus Native Fish Plan, have been large-scale, collaborative efforts that required teams of our staff to work together – Read More…

Opening the Door for Open Data

Decades worth of ecological data points, metadata, and databases have been amassed by scientists around the world. Where all these data end up has major implications for Read More…

Film Friday: Studying the Irrawaddy River

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJ8OLkwrbZ4&t What is it like to travel down the Irrawaddy, Myanmar's longest river? Follow along with one of our biologists to explore this fascinating ecosystem by boat Read More…

New eDNA Sampler Filters for Fish

If uncoiled and stretched to its full length, the DNA contained in a single human cell would be about two meters long, and the total length of Read More…