For the safety of our customers and our employees, and to reduce any chance for possible transmission of Covid-19, we will be suspending walk-in orders until further notice. We will accept call-in orders for pick up.
You can call an order in (Monday through Thursday) and have it packed for you. You will then be able to pick the order up the next day. We will not be able to add-on to the orders after they are packed.
Thank you for your understanding,
|The State of Hawaii has recently published two draft environmental assessments (DEAs) for commercial aquarium fishing permits on the Island of Oahu and the Island of Hawaii. The open comment period to show support for the assessments that were had completed goes through May 8th.
Go Here To Send Your Comments!
|Congratulations to Scott Down, Executive Director of Project Piaba, who has been nominated for the esteemed Indianapolis Zoo Indianapolis award which recognizes people who have accomplished substantial victories in working to help save and sustain wildlife populations and ecosystems.
Learn more about Project Piaba
|The UK's Ornamental Aquatic Trade Association (OATA) has recently released a report examining the impacts and potential benefits of the ornamental fish trade on wild fish populations.
OATA Wild Caught Ornamental Fish Report
|PIJAC Marine Ornamental Defense Fund seeks support to fight anti-aquarium legislation
|HR996 Proposes nationwide "white list" of allowed species, all others would be banned
story via Reef2Rainforest
|New Research Indicates Marine Aquarium Trade Incentivizes Conservation of Wild Reefs
|Hawaiian ornamental fisheries face uncertain future
from Reef to Rainforest Media
|Field Report: Belo Monte Dam on Rio Xingu
update from Amazonas Magazine
|Clownfish vocalizations used to establish heirarchy and breeding status
From Advanced Aquarist
|'Mega Dam' on Mekong moves forward despite international opposition
More info from Seriously Fish
|New International Coral Research Facility opens in South Florida
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