RE: NANFA-- Probability of Dead Stuff

Bruce Stallsmith (
Fri, 08 Sep 2000 11:32:33 EDT

I think Bob Bock just did a small service for native fishes along the lines
of what Jay says below. The Sept. FAMA magazine has an excellent article on
collecting fish in western Maryland by Bob Bock. No diving with darters, but
I think Casper Cox has been working on snorkeling with them... this could be
a three-part series!

--Bruce Stallsmith
The Lawnmower City, AL

>I love the Animal Planet channel (except for the thrill-seekers who dive
>with sharks and stupid sensational stuff like that). The Crocodile Hunter
>and Mark O'Shea are doing wonders for education on animal plights and
>diversity and such. And these shows are coming right into the homes of
>people in cities, too! I wish we had such personalities doing education
>North America's animals-- especially fishes and herps. There was a guy in
>South Carolina named Rudy Mancke who had a nature show on SC public TV. He
>traveled to natural places all over the country. I don't know that his
>had wide distribution, but it was sure entertaining and educational.
>Jay DeLong
>Olympia, WA

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