Flashback Friday: Slime Time

Are you ready to celebrate National Hagfish Day next week? If not, hopefully today's Flashback Friday can put you in the mood for slime. The third Wednesday Read More…

Film Friday: Studying the Irrawaddy River

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJ8OLkwrbZ4&t What is it like to travel down the Irrawaddy, Myanmar's longest river? Follow along with one of our biologists to explore this fascinating ecosystem by boat Read More…

Film Friday: Ontario’s First Riverwatcher

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pd2Wz-Hv1yg As the North American distributor for the Riverwatcher fish counter, sometimes our work takes us to places like Ontario, Canada, where the Ontario Ministry of Natural Read More…

Film Friday: Fishing Among the Mountains

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFvgwA9IHDE Today's Film Friday features the adventure of a lifetime: trekking among the remote mountains of Myanmar in the name of freshwater fish conservation. Enjoy Fishing Among Read More…

Moments in Myanmar

Indawgyi Lake is like its own little world. Far-flung in the northernmost reaches of Myanmar, the lake’s cluster of farming communities offer only one guest house for Read More…

Boating Down the Ayeyarwady

Working in Southeast Asia is usually an adventure, and we have previously conducted field work in some pretty remote areas (See Myanmar’s Mountain Fishes and Off the Read More…

Flooded Road

The rainy season in Laos brings a whole new level of uncertainty to field work, and requires extra resourcefulness. After our team recently led a training on Read More…

Irish Fish and Brews

As fisheries biologists, our staff understandably have fish on the brain even during vacations, and we are constantly finding interesting and unexpected fish connections on our travels. 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…

Transboundary Mekong science tour

FISHBIO continues to cover a lot of ground in the Mekong Basin since we first began research there in 2009. We’ve kept building our collaboration with the Read More…