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VISION: "Working with partners to restore and maintain fish and other aquatic resources at self-sustaining levels and to support Federal mitigation programs for the benefit of the American public."


Fisheries Current Events:

12/12/2014 - Mainstem Trinity River spawning survey update through December 10, 2014

12/09/2014 - Klamath River Carcass and Redd Surveys Update - December 9, 2014

12/02/2014 - TAMWG meeting announcement December 15

09/16/2014 - Memo: Detection of Ichthyophthirius multifiliis in adult Chinook from lower Klamath River.

07/28/2014 - Klamath Fish Health Update

07/31/2014 - Evaluation of Reductions in Sampling and Mark-Recapture Effort on the Bias and Precision of Juvenile Chinook Salmon Outmigrant Estimates on the Trinity River, California

06/19/2014 - Klamath Trap Update

03/03/2014 -Klamath River Fish Health Workshop 2014 - Agenda. River Lodge Conference Center, Fortuna, CA, March 4th.

01/17/2014 - Final Report - Parasite Infection in Klamath Juvenile Chinook 2013.

 

arrow bulletIn spring and summer of 2007, the Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office conducted an acoustic telemetry study of juvenile coho salmon residence time and habitat use in Humboldt Bay, California. This project was a collaboration between the AFWO, California Department of Fish and Game, the Humboldt Bay Harbor Conservation and Recreation District, California Sea Grant, and Coast Seafoods. Findings from this study will be used to formulate methods to minimize potential negative impacts of management activities identified in the Humboldt Bay Management Plan that affect juvenile coho salmon in Humboldt Bay...More Details...

 


Last updated: December 12, 2014