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StreamKeepers Program

Alameda Creek Fish

Become an Alameda Creek StreamKeeper

Help the Alameda Creek Alliance keep an eye on the creek and monitor fish populations and habitat by signing up as a volunteer StreamKeeper.

StreamKeepers adopt a section or reach of the creek to monitor for migratory fish during the winter and to monitor year-round for water quality, pollutants or other problems. You can help us monitor fish spawning and rearing areas, identify problems with fish passage, and document problems with water quality, pollution, dumping, poaching or habitat destruction. StreamKeepers can also be trained as docents to provide information to the public on fish and wildlife and the natural values of the creek.

If you are interested in adopting a stream section for Alameda Creek or one of its tributaries, please contact the Alameda Creek Alliance Volunteer Coordinator, Ralph Boniello, at Ralph AT alamedacreek DOT org.

StreamKeeper Resources

Download a fish observation form

Submit your bird sightings to eBird

Submit your wildlife sightings to iNaturalist. See our new iNaturalist page, What Lives in the Alameda Creek Watershed?