Re: NANFA-- Hooray! (ATL Aquarium)

Roselawn Museum (
Wed, 21 Nov 2001 15:18:22 -0500

Thanks Russell

Nope, I didn't even know about the one in Warm Springs. I feel certain that
one of our trips next year will bring me close enough to check it out.
Speaking of which, what do we have to do (short of kidnapping) to get you
over on this side of the state before 2005? (-: On the other hand, one of
my projected trips this winter is up near Augusta...interested?

Steven A. Ellis
Kennesaw, GA

At 03:09 PM 11/21/01 -0500, you wrote:
>there was an article in the Atlanta Journal today about the newly named
>director of the new aquarium.
>I emailed the reporter of that article and here is the question and her
><russellmcgraw> Do you have any information on what type of fishes will
>be exhibited? (I'm hoping for at least some native S.E
>"Shelia Poole" <> not sure, but they promise a wide
>hmmmmmm......a wide variety.
>so, Steven, there you have it.
>by the way, since you seem to be willing to travel around to see new and
>exciting fish things, have you ever been to the fish hatchery in Warm
>Springs? I assume it's still there and if so, they used to have several
>small (100gal) aquariums with natives in them. I especially remember the
>albino catfish....

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