Film Friday: Busy Beavers of the Tuolumne River

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZZlJfRFGO4 Beavers are considered "ecosystem engineers": their busy dam building activities in rivers can slow water down and create important habitat for salmon and other fishes. Our Read More…

Film Friday: Marking Salmon

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlOLpBA0UU8 Juvenile salmon outmigration season is underway! As the young fish make their way through the rivers and out towards the ocean, we monitor their population with Read More…

Film Friday: Giving Back to Big Chico Creek

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hr7TLjfHlZo Today's Film Friday highlights our snorkel surveys to study the rainbow trout and other fishes of Big Chico Creek. We thought it was a fitting flashback, Read More…

The Evolution of FISHBIO Films

One of the most exciting developments at FISHBIO in recent years is the creation of FISHBIO Films, our own in-house video production company. With the help of Read More…

The Scoop Net Brigade

Fishes of the genus Schistura can be commonly found in the rivers of Lao PDR. Catching these small loaches that live among the stones of the riverbed Read More…

Tuolumne River Takes Center Stage

The Tuolumne River was recently in the spotlight at the 2nd Annual Tuolumne River Film and Culture Festival in Atherton, California. The festival helped to raise awareness Read More…

A trekking adventure

Earlier this year, our staff embarked on an adventure unlike any we’ve experienced before: we trekked into the remote mountains of northernmost Myanmar, to a region that Read More…

Celebrating nature through film

When it comes to sharing a story, nothing captivates quite like a film, and in the age of viral videos, films can take on a life of Read More…