Connecting fish, rivers and people
World Fish Migration Day is a one day global celebration to create awareness on the importance of free flowing rivers and migratory fish. Due to COVID 19, we have extended our celebration date to October 24. Everyone is welcome to join in on this celebration and organize their own event! We are celebrating our love for fishes and rivers…love flows! Can we count on you?
An international online contest to sing your heart out to original love songs about fish and rivers!
Showing how your #LoveFlows for rivers and fishes helps us in our goal of raising awareness for fishes and rivers. Submit your video of an original (or remixed) love song about fish and rivers to our contest and win the Happy Fish Cup and a possibility to share your song with millions of river and fish lovers around the world!
The World Fish Migration Foundation hosted the first-ever Global Swimways Webinar Marathon on May 14. The webinar brought together freshwater experts from around the world to share about their local swimways and migratory fish populations. All 50 speakers voiced the urgent need for more conservation measures to revive dwindling fish populations inspired us all to take action! Check out some of the available presentations and look out for the videos coming soon!
Migratory fish all over the world depend on free flowing rivers. Today, river barriers like dams, sluices and many other obstacles threaten many fish species' survival.
Free flowing rivers, that allow fish to travel upriver, increase fish populations in the river and assure healthy river life.
Love Flows brings to life the challenges that rivers and fishes face against threats but more importantly, focuses on what we are doing to help improve the situation. It captures the growing passion of thousands of people from across the globe that join together on World Fish Migration Day to celebrate their love and work for rivers and fishes.
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