New eDNA Sampler Filters for Fish

If uncoiled and stretched to its full length, the DNA contained in a single human cell would be about two meters long, and the total length of Read More…

A Helping Hand for Coho in Scott Creek

Coho salmon (Onchorynchus kisutch) may be the overshadowed cousin of “king” Chinook in California, but are certainly deserving of some time in the spotlight. Like Chinook, coho Read More…

Photo Friday: Burn Zone

This week, our staff attended the 3rd Steelhead Summit hosted by the Salmonid Restoration Federation in Ventura, California. As one of the conference activities, we toured a Read More…

Beating the odds

The overwhelming majority of fish that we handle in the field look how you would expect them to – more or less a typical fish of their Read More…

Rainbow Trout: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Few species have captured the attention of anglers, aquaculturists, and researchers quite like the rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss. We recently discovered that more has been written about Read More…

Birds of a Feather Prey Together

Fish are food for a wide array of species in rivers and lakes. As noted in our testimony before members of Congress, predation by nonnative fishes is Read More…