Science Communications Portfolio

Video

While spawning coho in Central California once numbered in the tens of thousands, estimates now put their numbers at fewer than 500. Learning about the coho population through monitoring helps researchers target restoration efforts aimed at helping the coho recover. Fishery Biologist Mike Reichmuth and Intern Ben Atencio discuss our endangered coho salmon and how they are monitored in the Bay Area National Parks. Produced by Jessica Weinberg. Visit http://www.sfnps.org/coho for more information.

National Park Service Resource Briefs

Coho Salmon & Steelhead Trout Monitoring resource brief thumbnail
Harbor Seal Monitoring resource brief thumbnail
Elephant Seal Monitoring resource brief thumbnail
Rocky Intertidal Monitoring resource brief thumbnail
Prairie & Peregrine Falcon Monitoring resource brief thumbnail
Northern Spotted Owl Monitoring resource brief thumbnail
Western Snowy Plover Monitoring resource brief thumbnail
Western Snowy Plover Monitoring resource brief thumbnail

Articles

Bees Abound in Pinnacles National Park

Tidepool Monitoring Fosters Discovery and Stewardship

Dune Restoration at the Point Reyes Headlands

The Primates of Africa’s Bioko Island: IPPL Helps Sponsor Awareness Campaign

Poster Series

Los Monos de Bioko: La Riqueza de Nuestro País
Los Monos de Bioko: Para Nuestro Cultura y Nuestro Futuro
Carne de Bosque: Un Riesgo Para Nuestro País Moderno
La Caza Ilegal: Pone En Peligro Nuestros Monos

Web Sites

San Francisco Bay Area National Parks Science and Learning

Learning Center of the American Southwest