Friday February 10, 2012

Adding a little humor to an otherwise routine task, this crewmember shows off his dance moves after cleaning algae from the viewing window of a fish counting weir. Using high tech electronic fish counting systems, like the Vaki Riverwatcher, to record fish passage provides highly accurate results; but like most things in life (here comes the cliché), you only get out what you put into it. Field technicians regularly visit our fish counting weirs to clean the camera lens, lights and glass that monitor the fish passage chute (or in this case the dance floor).

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