Read the California WaterBlog’s new post about the Eel River here. This blog is the third and final of a three part series on ecological subsidies that appeared throughout summer 2023.
Evolving Strategies to Enhance Coho Salmon Habitat Salmonid Restoration Federation (SRF) is coordinating the 24th Annual Coho Confab that will take place September 9–11, 2022 on the South Fork Eel River in Mendocino County. This year’s Coho Confab will be
“If you’re interested in visiting this area, the Angelo Reserve is open to public and has some wonderful trails for hiking. Elder Creek is a beautiful destination and you will likely see a few juvenile steelhead over-summering in this cold,
Marisa McGrew from the Wiyot Tribe’s Natural Resources Department and Gabe Rossi and Philip Georgakakos, both research scientists with UC Berkeley, discuss the collaborative effort to install and manage a weir in the river in this EcoNews Report. The primary
Please see original post on UC Berkeley’s ESPM site. Recovery of steelhead, trout, and other salmonid species in northern California’s Eel River watershed has been threatened by pikeminnows over the past half century. Although they native to California, pikeminnow are
This research and monitoring program brings a strong focus to the South Fork Eel River – a fundamentally important salmon stronghold that hosts all three North Coast listed salmonids – Chinook, coho, steelhead, and an important focal watershed of huge
We are very pleased to announce the winners of the 2023 Carol Baird Graduate Student Award for Field Research. Our five UC Berkeley graduate awardees are listed below along with brief descriptions of their projects for the 2023 field season.
Explore the PBS version of The Serengeti Rules (60 min), which won an Emmy for best nature documentary. The feature film (90 min) version of The Serengeti Rules is available Amazon Prime for $4… … or watch a great conversation
Enjoy the newest addition to our site: The Illustrated Introduction to the Eel River Critical Zone Observatory, by Dr. Justin Richardson with illustrations by Alana McGillis.
**Deadline Extended** The University of California Berkeley Natural History Field Stations and Reserves are pleased to announce the 5th year of: The Carol Baird Graduate Student Award for Field Research Awards will be granted to Berkeley graduate students to support