Stacking Surveys: Photo Friday

Fall is here and that means weirs have been installed on the Stanislaus and Tuolumne rivers to monitor the ongoing fall-run Chinook salmon migration. As part of Read More…

Photo Friday: Pretty Pikeminnow

While our field activities have been suspended for the next few months, we managed to get a bit of sampling in earlier last month. Today's Photo Friday Read More…

Film Friday: Replenishing a River

https://youtu.be/-yM9gfiIQLA In today's Film Friday, we follow the evolution of Honolulu Bar in the Stanislaus River through a restoration and floodplain enhancement project. The project including leveling Read More…

Photo Friday: Follow the Leader

Several of our recent projects, such as the Stanislaus Native Fish Plan, have been large-scale, collaborative efforts that required teams of our staff to work together – Read More…

Photo Friday: Fish Lips

In today's Photo Friday, our staff measure and prepare to take a scale sample from a bass caught during an electrofishing survey for the Stanislaus Native Fish Read More…

Photo Friday: Measuring Up

We don't often install a fish trap on the Stanislaus weir, but when we do it's a great chance to get a close-up look at some migrating Read More…

Southern humpy

It’s been a season for unexpected salmon sightings in the San Joaquin Basin. We recently reported on the chum salmon we spotted migrating up the Tuolumne River. Read More…