I ANGFA-QLD early this year, and have decided to join ANGFA
National. I will do that later tonight!
--- In r_m_l at yahoogroups.com, Dave Wilson <aqua.green at b...> wrote:
> Hello Conway,
> There are interesting places all along the East coast from
> Darwin, then there is the west coast from Darwin to Adelaide.
> part is that not everything has been found yet. My favourite
> places are where salt meets fresh or in freshwater but still under
> influence but collecting inland is also enjoyable. Adrian
> edits and does many of the Articles for In Stream. He has been
> for that high quality journal for many years. ANGFA is a great
> meet many wonderful people that work with many different aspects
> native fishes. There should be some email addresses and phone
> available on the in stream. The URL9s for ANGFA Qld
> http://www.angfaqld.org.au and if you look there you will see
there is a
> combined ANGFA NSW and ANGFA Qld field trip scheduled for November.
> There are also contact names and phone numbers on the ANGFA
> When you do collect some fish keep notes and record the
> who enjoy fishwatching have recorded details of survey trips on
> database. http://db.angfa.org.au There is a guide, a survey
> the documentation section of the database, it is a guide to the
> things you can note about a location and you may even get some
> to start looking.