Lodi Fish & Wildlife OfficeServing the people and conserving the fish, wildlife and plants of California
Lodi Fish & Wildlife Office...
- Funds habitat restoration and research projects focused on increasing anadromous fish populations in California's Central Valley through the Anadromous Fish Restoration Program.
- Provides technical assistance to people, programs and watershed groups attempting to limit the spread of invasive plants and animals through the Aquatic Invasive Species Program.
- Conducts field studies to document the status of juvenile fish populations in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta through the Delta Juvenile Fish Monitoring Program.
- Conducts juvenile salmonid survival studies in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta to identify areas of high mortality and to recommend management actions to improve juvenile salmon and steelhead survival through the Delta.
For endangered species consultaion, contact the Bay Delta Fish & Wildlife Office.
See also that office's Bay Delta Fisheries pages.
Can you tell the difference between a Delta Smelt and a Wakasagi?
By Steve Martarano
Fish identification workshops have been a part of the Lodi office's staff training curriculum for many years, but on a recent Friday in early October, the popular workshop for the first time was expanded and offered to all state, federal and other interested scientists whose job it is to correctly identify Bay-Delta fish species.
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Lodi Fish & Wildlife Office
850 South Guild Ave, Suite 105
Lodi, CA 95240
Last updated: September 30, 2020