5 new amazing WFMD events

More and more events are being registered and planned for the next World Fish Migration Day 2018! We are glad to welcome these new events from Brazil, Germany, Bangladesh, Russian and Turkey!

 

Oscar Vitorino from Instituto Natureza do Tocantins of Brazil will organize a conference with renowned fisheries researchers from Brazil and welcome representatives of fishermen and the general public. http://www.worldfishmigrationday.com/events/1195/dia-mundial-de-migrao-de-peixes-estado-atual-dos-recursos-pesqueiros-do-estado-do-tocantins

 

Join a rafting competition in the Canal da Piracema at the Brazilian-Paraguayan frontier, organized by Caroline Henn from Itaipu Binacional.

http://www.worldfishmigrationday.com/events/1186/world-fish-migration-day-no-canal-da-piracema

 

In Germany, Ursula Rock helps the fish go upstairs. Have a glimpse into the Lahnfenster Hessen’s underwater world through windows facing into the Lahn and Fish Ladder. http://www.worldfishmigrationday.com/events/1187/we-help-the-fish-to-get-upstairs

 

Md. Juwel Hasan from the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur rahman Agricultural University organizes a special conference to raise awareness on these issues that are so important in countries like Bangladesh.

http://www.worldfishmigrationday.com/events/1189/fish-migration-day

 

Natalia Miroshnikova  from Russia’s Primorsky Aquarium is planning a special fun day with quizzes and performances on the east coast for this very special occasions! http://www.worldfishmigrationday.com/events/1190/world-fish-migration-day

 

Two new events are coming from Turkey. Devrim Memis and Meriç Albay, both from the Istanbul University Faculty of Aquatic Sciences organize special activities, observing the migratory fish in Iznik http://www.worldfishmigrationday.com/events/1192/rutilus-frisii-migration-watching

and a Sturgeon Release in the Sakarya River http://www.worldfishmigrationday.com/events/1191/sturgeon-release

 

World Fish Migration Day is the meeting ground of people who care about our rivers and fish, to maintain a healthy environment and show how important is protecting these ecosystems! We are very proud to receive the support of highly committed people that contribute to the promotion and support of World Fish Migration Day across the World. Jakiul Islam from Bangladesh, Gamze Ekren from Turkey, Paul Okware from Uganda, Wesley Evans from Vietnam and Alicia Heyburn through her bike trip along the Rhine, are highly valued members of the World Fish Migration Day team, working as volunteers to connect Fish, Rivers and People!

Discover the faces behind World Fish Migration Day here!: http://www.worldfishmigrationday.com/about