Stacking Surveys: Photo Friday

Fall is here and that means weirs have been installed on the Stanislaus and Tuolumne rivers to monitor the ongoing fall-run Chinook salmon migration. As part of Read More…

Flashback Friday: Fish in Space

Today's Flashback Friday looks at the importance of where fish are and why we need to know. Fish have to swim – and as a result, most Read More…

Film Friday: Freshwater Protected Areas in Laos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_772uqCWGI Since we started working in Southeast Asia, freshwater protected areas called Fish Conservation Zones have become one of the cornerstones of our work there. Today's Film Read More…

Flashback Friday: Fish in Unlikely Places

Today's Flashback Friday looks at the amazing adaptations of a unique desert fish in a dry place. Our complex and amazing planet encompasses a vast range of Read More…

Gooseneck Barnacles: Diving in Head First

While a crashing wave would make most people say, “Heads up!,” for barnacles it’s more like, “Feet up!” Barnacles are animals that cement themselves to surfaces head Read More…

Photo Friday: Getting our Snorkel On

Late summer is typically the time when we suit up and hit the streams for our annual rainbow trout surveys on multiple Central Valley rivers. The surveys Read More…