Some of you out there may remember when we did blog style posts on the California Department of Fish and Game (now Fish and Wildlife) website. During that period we called the section “Notes from the Field”. In late 2011 we decided that that an actual blog would be a better way of approaching updating folks about what we were doing, and in general I think that has worked out pretty well. Unfortunately, we then stopped posting regular updates to the departmental website and it quickly became dated. Recently, we decided to just get rid of the “Notes from the Field” (some of you have recently gone looking for it and found out it doesn’t exist) section and use the departmental website for holding and sharing documents, presentation, and other more formal information about the project.
We recently posted our 2011 annual report to the site and it can be found in the “Project Updates” section or simply along the left hand side of the page under “Project Documents”. You may ask yourself why we are just getting around to posting a 2011 report given that it’s already 2013. Well, the truth is we fell a little behind on this document and we only just finalized it a few weeks ago. In any case it is there now and hopefully it has some interesting and useful information about the project up until the end of 2011. We are currently hard at work on the 2012 annual report and we are committed to getting that finalized within the next month. At which time we’ll post it as well.
In the meantime keep coming to the blog for updates about the daily happenings in fisher land (our portion of it anyway).