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Native fish forum 2023

A native fish forum will be held in Dubbo next month, providing an opportunity for enthusiasts to connect.
Published: 05 April 2023

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Native fish lovers, including recreational fishers, First Nations People, environment enthusiasts and natural resource managers, are invited to attend a Native Fish Forum coming up in Dubbo next month. 

The 3-day forum is presented by Finterest and will showcase the work of the native fish recovery strategy and share information about the ongoing activities to support native fish. Finterest provides a platform for sharing stories and information about the work happening across Australia to boost native fish numbers.   

The forum includes a field trip to see the work of Dubbo locals helping native fish move through the waterways, keeping them out of pumps, protecting them in dry times and repairing their habitats.  
A range of topics will be presented by scientists, practitioners, sector experts, First Nations People, community members and anglers. 

The forum will provide the opportunity for people who care about protecting our native fish to connect with like-minded people and celebrate, discuss and learn about native fish recovery.  

There’s still time to register for the Native Fish Forum, taking place at the Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo, New South Wales from 3 –5 May 2023. 

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