The Hutton Internship program has been monumental in my pursuit of biology! I really appreciate the fisheries and aquatic experiences and opportunities gained this summer and the connections I have made with so many wonderful people.
You are invited to the Latin America and the Caribbean Fisheries Congress, 15-18 May 2023 in Cancun, Mexico to learn and share about freshwater and marine systems through science presentations, training courses, student events and much more.
The importance of non-game fish to our ecosystems often goes unnoticed by the general public. Finding ways to get this information to them is challenging if they cannot relate to the topic. Duke’s Instagram account was created to introduce people to the world of non-game fish.
Have you ever noticed that over time your electrofishing electrodes lose their shininess and get a white material coated on them? We explain why this happens and what you should do about it.
The long-held story that hatcheries benefited the last Atlantic Salmon in Lake Ontario is false.
Join me as we celebrate a decade at The Fisheries Blog, dive into the numbers, and discuss some important lessons learned.
As a fish scientist, I felt compelled to taste and review beers that have fish and fishing themed labels. Enjoy Session 1: The Easy Drinkers.
From October 1-17, 2021, Women of Fisheries, Inc. will be hosting their 2nd Annual fisHER Adventure Classic. Proceeds for this event will be used to fund initiatives such as scholarships, awards, mentoring support, and planning for future annual meetings.
Learn something new every day of the year with Today in Conservation.
For 35 years, I have been unable to properly answer this question because the answer is tied to an object…an object I last saw with my own eyes in the summer of 1986 at the age of 6 years old and have not seen since…until 3 months ago!
Learn how “Hook, Line & Science” successfully created a bridge between the angling public and scientists by writing impactful weekly articles.
Throughout Cambodia, hundreds of tons of snails are sold in markets every year. Our mission was to chat with our fisher friends about the impacts of the invasive snails on their livelihoods and document how they were sold, eaten, and perceived by locals.
If you love fish and have ever enjoyed a Ken Burns documentary about the rich history of the interaction of humans with the natural world, then America’s Bountiful Waters is for you.
Creating a confluence between Indigenous Knowledge and Western Science is critical to developing a sustainable path that addresses the many ecological and fisheries crises we face today. Learn here how this can be accomplished.
3 quick steps: Become an ally to women in science. These basic steps can quickly and positively transform the fabric of the scientific community to be more inclusive and diverse. #womenoffisheries #womenofscience #womeninscience