Fishes of Idaho- John Sigler and Don Zaroban
John Sigler and Don Zaroban - Fishes of Idaho: A Natural History Survey
Thursday, December 6, 7 p.m.
Fishes of Idaho: A Natural History Survey is the most recent and comprehensive study of the variety of fish species that inhabit Idaho's waters.
An exhaustive natural survey of all species known to exist in the Gem State, this encyclopedic book provides biologists, naturalists, students, and anglers with the most complete reference of its kind.
John W. Sigler received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from Utah Sate University in 1969 and 1972, respectively, from what was then the Wildlife Resources Department. He received his Ph.D in FIsheries Biology and Management from the University of Idaho in 1980. From 1980 until 2006 John worked for a variety of consulting firms in the western United Sates and retired from the CIty of Pocatello, Idaho as the Senior Environmental Coordiantor in 2012.
Donald W. Zaroban received his Bachelor of Science and Master of Science from the Univeristy of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1974 and 1987 respectively. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Idaho in 2011. He is currenlty the Curator of Fishes at the Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History located at The College of Idaho and is a fish biologist with the Idaho Deparmtent of Environmental Quality in Boise.