NANFA-- New ! 2002 Convention Speaker

lscalong (
Mon, 1 Jul 2002 23:08:16 -0400

We would like to announce the addition of Jay Hemdal, Curator of Fishes at
the Toledo Zoo, to the speaker lineup at this years's convention. He will
present an overview of the Toledo Zoo's native aquatic exhibits and research
efforts. These include a Lake Erie Sturgeon exhibit, pirate perch breeding
project, zebra mussel work, round goby breeding and a new stream quality
kiosk exhibit. Comprising 310 species and over 3200 individual animals, the
Toledo Zoo Aquarium is one of the largest zoo-aquariums in the country.
With past conservation efforts primarily focused on endangered Lake
Victorian Cichlids and animal husbandry research, the Toledo Zoo Aquarium
has gradually increased its activities with local aquatic species during the
past five years.

PSSST! Don't forget to register for the convention!
Buy those raffle tickets!!!
Order those T-shirts!!!

Leo S. Long
Troy, MI
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