Flashback Friday: The Lay of the Land

With the fall salmon migration now underway, we will soon be conducting surveys to understand which habitats are best suited for salmon spawning. Read how we get Read More…

Not Your Average Pond

With the dog days of summer quickly approaching and temperatures rising across the state, our heavy winter rains might seem like a distant dream. Just as ephemeral Read More…

Out in the Open: The Horned Lark

Sometimes you might see a songbird where you least expect it. Unlike many bird species, the Horned Lark is most comfortable in open fields such as shortgrass Read More…

Journey of a Water Drop

Today is World Water Day, so we thought it was a fitting time to highlight the importance of water is to us all. The rivers we study Read More…

Sprucing up salmon habitat

If your Christmas tree has reached the end of its decorative purpose but hasn’t yet been pitched to the curb, consider this: your drooping holiday decoration could Read More…