Coming of age on the river bottom

Juvenile Pacific lampreys, like the ones pictured above, endure a transition from immaturity to adulthood as equally awkward and trying as that of teen-aged humans. After spending Read More…

Photo Friday: Big Mess

Storms are typically good for fish, but bad for fisheries monitoring equipment... Today's Photo Friday shows the surprise that greeted our crew during a recent visit to Read More…

River Legends: The Irrawaddy River Dolphin

Legends tell of a goddess who lived in the Yangtze River in China. The goddess in these tales is really the Baiji (Lipotes vexillifer), a freshwater dolphin Read More…

Where the Water Goes: A Book Review

If water conservation appears as simple as turning off the tap and letting lawns turn brown, then you need to read Where the Water Goes: Life and Read More…

Film Friday: Fishing Among the Mountains

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFvgwA9IHDE Today's Film Friday features the adventure of a lifetime: trekking among the remote mountains of Myanmar in the name of freshwater fish conservation. Enjoy Fishing Among Read More…

Bringing Conservation Full Circle

Sometimes it takes a while to see an idea become a reality. We first started working with local fishers in the villages of Ang Noi and Sakai Read More…