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NFC: Fw: New Member
egads new members in Florida...I replied to him but though some of ou old
timers would want to say hello !
Native Fish Conservancy President
join our Adopt A Tank Program .
Put a Tank of Natives in your classroom
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From: ClabornT at aol_com
To: president at nativefish_org
Date: Fri, 13 Jul 2001 16:26:48 EDT
Subject: New Member
Message-ID: <6c.cf4c8f1.2880b388 at aol_com>
Dear Mr. Rice:
My name is Robert Smith and I have recently become a member of NFC. I am
very interested in the Breeders Program and Adopt A Tank program. I have
to receive any acknowledgment of becoming a member or any information in
becoming active within these programs.
I am very experienced in fish keeping. I currently have 2 saltwater
which I have successfully raised corals of all types, marine fish and
invertebrates, as well as 3 moray eels. I also have 2 freshwater tanks
which I have successfully kept cichlids, killifish, gobies, native
fish of all types, as well as, a variety of true aquatic plants.
I have yet to accomplish my goal in fish keeping. I want to start
breeding fish. For the last seven years I have been interested in many
that are not readily available, if at all here in central Florida. As I
researched the fish that I am interested in, I have found that many are
native fish. My dream is to raise Darters. There are so many excellent
types and I would like to begin breeding them.
This is why I joined your organization, I thought that I would be able to
gain valuable knowledge from your members, have a source in which I could
obtain these fish, as well as become part of the effort to ensure that
Darters thrive and are abundant for many years to come.
I am not sure if there is something else I need to do in order to
request to become a member. I have already paid the membership fee. If
would please instruct me on and other information that may be needed to
complete my membership process or provide information on how to access
information pertaining to the above mentioned issues, I would appreciate
Robert D. Smith