World Fish Migration Day postponed

Hi Everyone, We are reaching out to you due to the unusual circumstances resulting from COVID-19. We truly hope this email finds you well.  In light of the difficult situation facing us all at the moment, the World Fish Migration Day Team has decided to postpone the big official celebration… Read More

2019 Newsletter now available

Members of the New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Society are a diverse bunch, involved in research from eDNA to microplastics to repairing the barriers our native fish species face, both figuratively and literally. Find out what we've been up to in the past year in our latest newsletter available for download now. Read More

And the winner is….

The Awards Committee had a very tough job of judging this year’s NZFSS medal award as the calibre of all nominees was, without exception, outstanding. Read More

Notice of the 52nd NZFSS AGM

The New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Society executive wishes to announce our 52nd Annual General Meeting will be held on 4th December 2019 from 13:00 - 14:30. The location will be in Geelong on the Waurn Ponds Estate during the joint AFSS/NZFSS joint conference. Read More

New Zealand Biodiversity Strategy – Your say in Nature

A new national biodiversity strategy is an opportunity to rethink how we consider the place of nature in decision making, so that human activities are supporting indigenous biodiversity rather than contributing to its decline. A chance to have your say comes in the discussion document – ‘Te Koiroa o te Koiora’ - released in early August by the Department of Conservation (DOC). Read More