North American Native Fishes Association

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North American Native Fishes Association

The North America's Native Fishes Association (NANFA) is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation dedicated to the conservation, study and appreciation of the continent's native fishes. NANFAs’ objectives are to circularize and increase information regarding North America's native fishes and their habitats among biologists, storage tank hobbyists, anglers, fish and life officers, students, educators, and others, through electronic media, publications, regional and national conferences, and alternative means; to push the preservation of native fishes and also the restoration of natural habitats; to develop the captive farming of North America's native fishes for the scientific, academic, and conservation advantages it affords: Captive farming of fishes explains individuals with organisms they may otherwise ne'er see alive or grasp existed, and affords individuals a chance to witness and appreciate their behaviours (feeding, breeding, parental care, etc.). Such acquaintance may be an important step in fostering environmental awareness and promoting a conservation ethic. Documenting and finding out the captive fish farming will offer data a few species' life history that's otherwise lacking within the scientific record, or troublesome to check underneath natural conditions. The captive breeding of native fishes will play a key role in conservation efforts by many means: by providing crucial life history data a few species before it becomes endangered; by providing aquarium-reared specimens for restocking efforts; by serving as a "last-ditch" safeguard against the extinction of a species within the wild; and by the legal conservation of species already extinct within the wild. NFNAs’ aim is to encourage and defend the legal and environmentally accountable assortment of native fishes for personal aquaria as a legitimate use of a natural resource; to produce a forum for fellowship and fellowship among people UN agency share a typical interest within the biology, diversity, captive farming, and conservation of North America's native fishes.

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