Film Friday: Ontario’s First Riverwatcher

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pd2Wz-Hv1yg As the North American distributor for the Riverwatcher fish counter, sometimes our work takes us to places like Ontario, Canada, where the Ontario Ministry of Natural Read More…

Spotting Patterns in Fish Freckles

Some researchers spend so much time with the species they study that they eventually begin to recognize individual animals by their physical traits or unique “personality” quirks. Read More…

The Great Escape: Risks of Farmed Fish

The Cooke Aquaculture’s Atlantic salmon fish farm made a messy splash in August this year when thousands of farmed salmon broke free off Cypress Island in Puget Read More…

Atlantic salmon can take the heat

As global temperatures continue to rise, and the Pacific Coast endures its third consecutive year of record drought, discussions of how warming temperatures and low water levels Read More…

Farm raised Atlantic salmon

As the population continues to grow, we continue to rely on farming as a necessary method for creating enough food to supply much of the world. Most Read More…

Isolation has its advantages

During a recent visit to Iceland we were amazed by the limited number of freshwater fish species present on the island (7 species). There are only five Read More…