KBMP Vision

The Klamath Basin Monitoring Program facilitates the coordination and implementation of water quality monitoring in support of the stewardship, protection, and restoration of all beneficial uses within the Klamath River watershed, with the ultimate goal of restoring water quality. Learn More

Blue-Green Algae Map

BGA Tracker 20170607

BGA Tracker-

Upper Klamath Lake is currently posted

Fish Health

 Readiness Level

 Green fish

All Rivers- Green
Learn more about fish health and KFHAT

Real-Time Data

Link to Real-Time WQ Map


The table above contains provisional data provided by the USGS via the waterservices site. All data are provisional and may be recalculated before final approval. This table may take several seconds to load.

* = value 2+ hours old
**=4 or more hours

Klamath Fish Health Assessment Team (KFHAT)

The Klamath Fish Health Assessment Team (KFHAT) is a technical workgroup which formed during the summer of 2003 with the purpose of providing early warning and a coordinated response effort to avoid, or at least address, a non-hazardous materials related fish kill event in the anadromous portion of the Klamath River basin.

To accomplish this goal, KFHAT created a network through which information about current river and fish health conditions in the Klamath Basin can be quickly shared among participants, the general public, and resource managers.

Current Readiness Levels:
KlamathFishIcon greenMainstem Klamath, Shasta, Scott, Salmon, and Trinity Rivers - Green 

  • River conditions appear satisfactory, fish appear healthy, no immediate problems foreseen.
  • Frequent data sharing is not as crucial at this level, but KFHAT will continue to observe and document conditions.

Read more about the Readiness Levels

Readiness Level Interactive Map 

KFHAT Map Green The KFHAT interactive map (click on map for link) presents the readiness level for the Klamath Basin below Iron Gate dam in a visual format.  The user can click on any segment of the Klamath River or its tributaries to access a pop-up window with links to websites containing water quality, fisheries, and disease data and information.

Report sick or dead fish - Call (800) 852-7550   Flyer for Klamath and Trinity Rivers

For Additional Information Contact:

Dan Troxel - California Department of Fish and Wildlife (KFHAT Coordinator)
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Phone: 707-822-0330 

Fish Health Updates:




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