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…

Flashback Friday: Bryozoan Blobs

Sometimes we get confronted with an ecological mystery, as when people send us strange pictures that they ask us to identify. Find out what we learned about Read More…

A King Among Snakes

What has a head but no hair, a tail but no legs, and is black and white all over? If you guessed a California kingsnake, then you’ve Read More…

A Helping Hand for Coho in Scott Creek

Coho salmon (Onchorynchus kisutch) may be the overshadowed cousin of “king” Chinook in California, but are certainly deserving of some time in the spotlight. Like Chinook, coho Read More…

Photo Friday: Fieldwork at Sunrise

Early morning fieldwork can be tough, but one of its perks is getting to catch a gorgeous sunrise. Here are some "new day" vibes for your Photo Read More…

Tiny Vampires

Concealed in tall grass, a hunter lies in wait. She smells the air for the scent of her prey, using her keen senses to search for the Read More…

Flashback Friday: Planet Ocean

Tomorrow is World Ocean's Day! To celebrate, today's Flashback Friday is a look back at all things marine on our blog. Enjoy this tour through planet ocean! Read More…