Nestucca River Fish Passage Study

Nestucca River Fish Passage Study

MB&G led a five-year survey of fish species presence, abundance, and population trends in the upper Nestucca River basin in Tillamook County.

SR 520 Pontoon and Fish Salvage

SR 520 Pontoon and Fish Salvage

MB&G managed fisheries support services during construction of the replacement of the SR 520 floating bridge in Aberdeen, Washington.

ODOT Kellogg Creek and Tryon Creek Biology and Hydraulics Fish Passage Study OR99

ODOT Kellogg Creek and Tryon Creek Biology and Hydraulics Fish Passage Study OR99 MB&G provided technical support of ODOT’s biology and hydraulics feasibility studies for the removal of fish passage barriers on Kellogg and Tryon Creeks, tributaries of the lower Willamette River. The project focused on the net benefit to native migratory fish resulting from the restored fish passage at the creek’s confluence with the Willamette River and restoration of the creeks’ lower reaches. The work required synthesis of field data and existing historical data for both watersheds to document limiting factors for watershed processes and native migratory fish sustainability, as well as the likely ecological improvements resulting from restored fish passage. MB&G led the preparation of Fish Passage Feasibility and Net Benefit Reports for both sites, and managed the hydraulics analysis and feasibility reporting work by a hydraulic engineering subcontractor. News CategoriesNews & Events Presentations Project CategoriesForestry Projects Forest Managment Forest Planning Biometrics & Modeling Appraisals Investment Management Due Diligence Forest Economics International Projects Environmental Projects Botanical Resources Wildlife Resources Fish & Aquatic Resources Wetlands Water Quality Restoration Permitting Construction Support Geospatial Projects Data Management Data Development GIS Analysis & Modeling Remote Sensing Cartography & Mapping Geospatial Software...
PacifiCorp Fisheries Support

PacifiCorp Fisheries Support

PacifiCorp, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have collaborated for several years to monitor and enhance listed bull trout populations in the Lewis River Basin in southwest Washington. MB&G fish biologists have supported these ongoing efforts by conducting spawning and presence/absence surveys in Lewis River tributaries known to support bull trout spawning and rearing.