Baby wood ducks: an unexpected catch

Our rotary screw traps sometimes catch more than just the usual fish and debris. Earlier this year, our fisheries technicians were surprised to find a few baby Read More…

Flashback Friday: Fascinating Flickers

Today's Flashback Friday features a familiar feathered friend – the Northern Flicker. Learning how to identify common wildlife species can bring a greater appreciation for the diversity Read More…

Flashback Friday: Hawk Rescue

While FISHBIO has participated in a few animal rescues over the years, today's Flashback Friday is a look at our first raptor rescue. While conducting research in Read More…

Photo Friday: Whoo’s There?

Today's Photo Friday is of a barn owl our wildlife biologist spotted under a bridge during a bird survey. "Fish" may be in our name, but we Read More…

The Vibrant, Vivacious, Varied Thrush

With the look of a particularly flamboyant robin, the varied thrush (Izoreus naevius) is an eye-catching part-time resident in California forests. This colorful male, spotted by one Read More…