PLEASE NOTE: We are currently updating the site to make it more user friendly, please bear with us while we move the furniture, trip over a few boxes, and hunt desperately for the kettle!
We are a UK based ornamental fish welfare group aiming to raise awareness and promote best practice in aquatics and the fishkeeping hobby.
- Raising awareness of issues within the fishkeeping hobby
- Educating fishkeepers to provide better care for their fish
- Reduce demand for unsuitable products/species/practices
- Photos (the one below has proved popular!)
We’re building up the articles in our Beginner’s Guides section. This section provides information aimed at helping newcomers to the hobby avoid some of the common pitfalls. Even if you’re a seasoned keeper why not have a read as well, you never know, you might find something new to you too.
If you’re a beginner don’t be afraid to look around our other articles too; as part of our aim to raise awareness in the hobby it’s important to us that newcomers take some time to think about some of the issues that affect the hobby.
Promoting best practice
- Encourage the industry to self regulate
- Reduce the amount of unsuitable aquatic products for sale
- Reduce the availability of unsuitable species
It’s important to us that we share information from other people and organisations who are also working to raise awareness and promote best practice. Have a browse through our Links we Like page to see what others are up to, and find out more about their work.
The future …
We’ll keep adding to the site and updating our information. If you have anything you’d like to talk to us about please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org If we’ve made any errors please point them out and if you have any additional information or more details on anything we’ve covered please let us know.
We’re always on the lookout for aquatic conservation projects to feature so please let us know if you’re involved with something we could help raise awareness of. We’ve started our conservation section with some local projects but any further afield are always welcome.