Monthly Archives: September 2020

Crawdads: Naturalized Californians

By Peter Moyle Crayfish, crawdads, crawfish: whatever you call them, they are everywhere in California’s waters and are as tasty as their lobster relatives. They are especially familiar to anglers who peer into the maw of a bass or pikeminnow … Continue reading

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Seven conservation lessons I learned in government work

By Andrew L. Rypel Before joining the faculty at UC Davis, I spent the previous five years as a research scientist at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in Madison, Wisconsin. Apparently this experience is somewhat rare among academics. A … Continue reading

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