Visting Bermuda and the Fry Angle Club- Homeshow fish edition

Visting Bermuda and the Fry Angle Club- Homeshow fish edition

It was not all “fun and games” on my visit to Bermuda. I got to debut a new presentation, which was based around some major biotopes and the dwarf fish and invertebrate species available from each. It is a small club, so there was a very personal feel to the presentation and I thoroughly enjoyed myself. The auction was spectacular, and I was stoked to be the first speaker to bring freshwater invertebrates to the Island. There were...

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Visiting Bermuda and the Fry Angle Club- tourist edition

Visiting Bermuda and the Fry Angle Club- tourist edition

As many of you know, I had the extreme honor to travel to Bermuda to present my new presentation on nano fish and invertebrates to the Fry Angle club of Bermuda. Needless to say, I was more than a bit excited as I had not traveled out of the country since I was a teenager. The island is simply magnificent and despite the drizzly weather, I had an amazing time. To say that the Bermuda club is hospitable is a bit of an epic understatement. I was...

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Listen in to Sounds Fishy To Me, with Rachel O’Leary!

Aqua Radio host Big Frank discusses the finer points of invertebrate keeping with Rachel O’Leary on Sounds Fishy To Me, the number one aquatics radio program. Aqua Radio maintains a huge archive of their past shows too, including interviews with all sorts of aquarium greats such as Ted Judy, Jason Baliban, Mark Denaro and Dr. Stephan Tanner. Check it out! http://www.aquaradio.net/archived/rachel_oleary_11_21_09.html listen to the mp3...

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Happy New Year! Read a quick overview of our upcoming events!

Happy New Year! Read a quick overview of our upcoming events!

So I just finalized the engagements I have booked for this year, thus far. I have maybe one or two openings that can be filled, hopefully with local clubs. I will update my calendar and provide links to the clubs and locations as I gather them. So far, here is my schedule! I hope to attend the NEC Convention in CT this March. I will make an updated post when I know for certain. I would be able to bring pre-orders to the event. First up this...

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East Manchester woman turns fish hobby into business

We were recently featured in The York Dispatch, and Girl Scientist Magazine graciously reposted the article! His name is Captain Crankypants. Rachel O’Leary brought him home for her husband, thinking a charismatic and interesting Oscar cichlid would be the perfect fish to invite him into her world of breeding fish and invertebrates. “I thought he would enjoy a big, mean cichlid,” she said. “What he got was a prissy,...

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