|Apistograma Study Group - International|
The Apistogramma Study Group (ASG) is a non-profit organization of dedicated hobbyists interested in the study, identification, importation, distribution, breeding, maintenance, and enjoyment of species belonging to the genus Apistogramma, Crenicichla, and other Neotropical and West African Dwarf cichlids..
|Aquatic Gardener’s Association - International Organization|
The Aquatic Gardeners Association, Inc. is an international nonprofit organization of aquatic plant enthusiasts, which appeals to both beginners and experienced hobbyists alike. The AGA produces a quarterly journal called The Aquatic Gardener, the only English language journal devoted primarily to aquarium plants. AGA members receive a FREE subscription to TAG and all special publications. Members also can purchase hard to find aquarium plant books, magazines, and back issues. We also hold an annual convention and an online aquascaping contest.
|Association of European Marine Aquarists - International|
The Association of European Marine Aquarist is dedicated to all the European hobbyists with an interest in marine aquaria. We are a network of marine aquarium organisations located across Europe communicating all aspects of marine aquaria. The Association of European Marine Aquarist will be of interest to scientists as well as hobbyists.
|Catfish Study Group - International|
The Group was formerly known as the Northern Area Catfish Group (NACG) which was formed in 1979 as a member group/branch of the Catfish Association of Great Britain (CAGB).
When the main group broke up in 1993 the NACG was left as the only active catfish group in the country. The monthly meetings have always been held in Wigan in the northwest of England but with the membership growing and a fair number of the members being located outside of this area, it was felt in 1996 that the group would further benefit with a name change to a body that would identify itself as the main Catfish Group in the U.K.
Thus it was decided that the new millennium would herald a fresh beginning and so was born the Catfish Study Group (UK). The U.K. has now been dropped as of Jan.2007 to show how far we have come in a short period of time, to the world wide membership we now enjoy.
|Federation of American Aquarium Societies - International Organization|
The Federation of American Aquarium Societies (FAAS), formed in 1973, is a service organization of and for aquarium societies of North, Central and South America.
|International Betta Congress - International|
Here at the IBC we keep betta, breed betta, show betta, and most of all, we talk betta to anyone who wants to talk about them.
|International Fancy Guppy Association - International Organization|
Dedicated to the Fancy Guppy Hobby
|International Goby Society - International|
The International Goby Society (IGS) was founded in 2001, and we are now a steadily growing organization with more than fifty members from all over the world. Most of our members (about two-thirds) are aquarium hobbyists, with the remaining one-third being professional ichthyologists who study gobies or amateur naturalists who enjoy gobies in their natural habitat. Our primary actions are the publication of the Journal of the International Goby Society (JIGS), designed to help fill a huge void of information on them in the hobbyist (and other not strictly technical) literature, and the establishment of our Breeder’s Award Program (BAP). This program is designed to promote the captive breeding of gobies and recognizes those aquarists who have succeeded in spawning and/or rearing gobies. If you are an aquarist, student or researcher, you can contact us for information or general queries on gobies, which are among the world’s most diverse and interesting groups of fishes.
|International Marine Aquarium Conference - International|
IMAC is a non-profit venture by hobbyists for hobbyists to insure the continuation of an annual educational event for aquarists, at a reasonable cost.
|International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society - International Organization|
The International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society promotes knowledge, leadership, and standards of excellence in water gardening and related aquatic plant areas.
The Society is a non-profit organization of multinational membership dedicated to the furtherance of all aspects of water gardens and their associated plants. As an organization we support and promote education, research, and conservation in these areas.
|Marine Aquarium Societies of North America - North America|
|North American Discus Association - North America|
We are a collection of discus enthusiasts who are interested in the advancement, improvement, and promotion of discus fish...
|North American Native Fishes Association - North America|
The North American Native Fishes Association, Inc. (NANFA) is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt corporation dedicated to the appreciation, study and conservation of the continent’s native fishes.
|North American Water Garden Society - North America|
An organization of pond lovers dedicated to the enjoyment, education, promotion and protection of the water garden hobby.
|Pacific Northwest Koi Clubs Association - North America - Pacific Northwest|
|Scandinavian Killifish Association - International|
Scandinavian Killifish Association (SKS) is an association for people interested in the rearing and breeding of egglaying toothcarps, killies. At this time there are about 200 members from all over the world, with the largest number from the scandinavian countries.
|South American Cichlid Study Group - International|
The South American Cichlid Study Group (SACSG) is dedicated to the exchange of information on the cichlid fauna native to South America, to encourage the knowledgeable keeping of them in the aquarium hobby, and to preserving them in their natural habitat.
|The Angelfish Society - International|
We are a collection of Angelfish enthusiasts, hobbyists and breeders who are interested in the advancement of our hobby, through improvements in the quality of the fish we keep and breed, by employing the standards which this society will develop.
|The Goodeidae Foundation - North America|
The Purpose of this organization shall be to:
(a) promote and expand the captive distribution and public awareness of;
(b) collect donations for various conservation and scientific studies pertaining to;
(c) create a world-wide fellowship for those concerned with;
(d) maintain a website for the fellowship to gather and participate in various programs pertaining to; the various endangered species of the Family Goodeidae, Order Cyprinodotiformes.
|The International Killifish Association - International Organization|
|Water Gardeners International - International|
Water Gardeners International, founded January 2006, promotes water gardening throughout the world. It serves and represents water gardeners everywhere with inclusive interactive communication and education. Leading scientists, horticulturists, historians, and veteran water gardeners share cutting-edge knowledge.
|World Guppy Association - International Organization|
The World Guppy Association (WGA) is an association of breeders and clubs that have the aim to promote the hobby of Guppybreeding in the world...
Australian Discus Association - National
The ADA was founded in August,1996 by a small group of very dedicated people wanting to share their experiences and to increase their own knowledge about the keeping and breeding of the Discus, the Amazonian beauty aptly referred to as the King of Tropical Fish.
Australian Capital Territory
Canberra Aquatic Plant Group
Canberra Australian Capital Territory
|Canberra District Aquarium Society |
Canberra Australian Capital Territory
|Canberra Killifish Study Group |
Canberra Australian Capital Territory
Killifish are small colourful (mostly!) oviparous fish that are rarely seen. Killifish are naturally found in all the continents of the world apart from Antartica and Australia. In our tanks in Australia we have quite a few killifish from Africa and Asia but fewer from Americas & Europe.
New South Wales
Marine Aquarium Society of Sydney
New South Wales
MASS was set-up up by a small group of marine aquarium enthusiast who do not proclaim to be experts, but are dedicated to improving the state of the hobby in Sydney and Australia. We believe that this will only be brought about by improved knowledge and understanding among hobbyists. We are particularly keen to foster this attitude in and to assist new converts to the hobby as we believe that this is where most hobbyists “fall down”. Hopefully, it will be the face to face contact, discussion of problems and dissemination of useful information, that will be MASS’s real contribution to the hobby.
|New South Wales Cichlid Society |
New South Wales
It is the aim of the New South Wales Cichlid Society to study, discuss and further all matters pertaining to members of the family Cichlidae and their environment, achieved by periodical meetings and excursions, and by the publication of notes.
|Newcastle Aquarium Society |
Broadmeadow New South Wales
The Newcastle Aquarium Society was Established in 1954 to promote the keeping and breeding of both Tropical and Cold Waterfish.
Brisbane Plant Study Group
The Brisbane Plant Study Group aims to provide thoughts and ideas on the care and keeping of aquatic plants in aquariums and ponds.
South Australian Aquarium Society
Payneham South Australia
In 1918 Edger R Waite, the then director of the South Australian Museum saw a need in Adelaide for a small society to cater for the interests of a small band of people who were interested in the science of aquaria keeping.
Aquarium Society of Victoria
Clifton Hill Victoria
The Society was formed in 1933 with the object of promoting interest in the study of Aquatic life in the domestic situation.
|Eastern Districts Aquarium Society |
EDAS is a family oriented Club catering for all ages interested in aquarium fish keeping. Established in 1955, EDAS continues to be a diverse club working closely with both aquarium retailers and wholesalers who sponsor our club.
|Marine Aquarium Society of Victoria |
The Marine Aquarium Society of Victoria (MASOV) has existed for around 30 years as an organisation within Victoria for people of similar interests in maintaining marine aquaria to exchange ideas and experiences. Members are participating in the maintenance of both tropical and temperate marine organisms. Various members are involved across the entire breadth of the hobby, not just including fish or a tropical reef tank.
|Victorian Cichlid Society |
The main aims of the Victorian Cichlid Society Incorporated are:
1. To promote the keeping of cichlids;
2. To gain and disseminate knowledge of cichlids, their habits and attributes through the use of slides, films, books, lectures, practical demonstrations, local and overseas magazines, articles by members and discussion with fellow members or experts in the field;
3. To assist, in any way possible, the establishment and/or maintenance of approved public aquaria;
4. To be involved in the education of the general public with regard to the benefits of fish-keeping (particularly cichlids), and the potentially harmful effects of animal mismanagement;
5. To promote fellowship between the members;
6. To further the conservation of species and their natural habitats;
7. To further the identification, distribution, breeding, maintenance and enjoyment of species in the Family Cichlidae.
Koi Society of Western Australia
The hobby of Nishigoi keeping in Western Australia has followed that of world trends. From the foundation of a Society in 1989 by a few enthusiasts it is now a hobby enjoyed by thousands of people supported by a number of large commercial outlets. It is estimated that over 20,000 have a pond, with koi in West Australia.
Austrian Killifish Association
Canadian Association of Aquarium Clubs - National
CAOAC is a non-profit corporation and is composed of member aquarium, reptile & amphibian, pond & water garden, and similar clubs or societies from across Canada and the Northeast United States.
CAOAC was born in the late fifties (incorporated in 1963) to allow the clubs to work together for their common good and the good of the hobby. Legislative issues, promotion of events, a judging system, national awards, assistance for new clubs, & liability insurance are just a few of the things on which clubs can work and benefit together. Recently, a Fish Rescue Program has begun. This has been developed with outside partners who also have an interest in our hobby and environmental issues.
|Canadian Association of Aquarium Clubs - National|
|Canadian Goldfish Society - National|
|Canadian Killifish Association - National|
The CKA is a Canadian non-profit organization mandated to the science and preservation of killifish: fishes of the family Cyprinodontidae.
|Canadian Rift Lake Cichlid Associates - National|
Canadian Rift Lake Cichlid Associates is a membership-driven buying group dedicated to education, husbandry, conservation promotion of the fish of the African Rift Lake valley.
Aquarium Club of Edmonton
The ACE Constitution
» To gather, organize, and disseminate any information on aquatic life, without limiting the aforesaid, including the study of aquatic life.
» To encourage the preservation of aquatic life.
» To encourage the advancement of fish keeping and the other aquatic life.
» To develop and maintain a library on aquatic life.
» To promote fellowship amongst its members and other societies with similar objectives.
|Calgary Aquarium Society |
the study of aquatic life
the encouragement of the hobby of fish keeping
the provision of a library on ichthyology and subjects related to the hobby
the publishing of books, papers, and periodicals related to the hobby
to provide for recreation of members and promote and afford opportunity for social activity
Canada Koi Club of British Columbia
The Canada Koi Club of British Columbia is a non-profit organization founded in 1981. The purpose of the club is to promote, create and enlarge the hobby of keeping, breeding, appreciating and exhibiting Koi.
|Pacific North West Guppy Associates |
The Pacific North West Guppy Associates was formed in the summer of 2000 to advance the care and breeding of show standard Guppies among its members. The club became a member of the IFGA (International Fancy Guppy Association) in
|Vancouver Aquatic Hobbyist Club |
Vancouver British Columbia
The VAHC is dedicated to encouraging the aquarium hobby in our local area. We meet monthly to discuss aquarium related topics and share our collective experiences.
|Vancouver Area Killi Club |
Vancouver British Columbia
The Aquarium Society of Winnipeg
Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland & Labrador Aquarium Society
Newfoundland and Labrador
The Newfoundland and Labrador Aquarium Society, or NALAS, is a provincial community of aquarium and pond enthusiasts living in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. We strive to enrich our members’ aquatic fishkeeping and gardening experiences while advancing our hobby. Part of our mission is to create a social network of avid fish-keeping hobbyists willing and able to share and learn from our and others experiences. By doing this in a casual and friendly fashion we hope to promote the fish keeping aquarium hobby in this province as a relaxing pastime.
East Coast Aquarium Society
The East Coast Aquarium Society is a group of aquarists dedicated to furthering the aquarium hobby and promoting the practice of keeping tropical fish through the dissemination of information.
|Marine Aquarium Society of Nova Scotia |
It is the desire of the MASNS to continue to promote the marine aquaria hobby in our province with the two primary goals of keeping the hobby enjoyable while maintaining an atmosphere of accountability for those in leadership positions within the club.
Bluewater Pond Club
|Brampton Aquarium Club |
The Brampton Aquarium Club is a progressive non-profit organization whose purpose is to share with our members the many wonders of the best hobby in the world, fish keeping and to promote our hobby in the community.
|Brant Aquarium Society |
The purpose of the Brant Aquarium Society is to further the interest in the hobby of keeping tropical fish. We also want to increase knowledge in the habits, breeding and care of tropical fish and to exchange ideas for the benefit of all hobbyists. It is through the participation of the members and their guests that we may achieve our goal. We ask that you support your club by active participation.
|Durham Region Aquarium Society |
The Durham Region Aquarium Society (DRAS) was established in January of 1967. During 1967, we held our first annual show and created a monthly bulletin. Our Society’s aim is “the advancement and improvement of the aquarium hobbyist”. We are also a chartered member of the Canadian Association of Aquarium Clubs (CAOAC).
|Forest City Pond Club |
The Forest City Pond Club is a non-profit educational group, founded on August 18, 1996, in London,Ontario,Canada. The Main objectives are: fellowship with other ponders, to promote interest in ponds and related subjects, the education of our members and the public on enviromental issues and concerns, the study of aqautic life, the preservation of nature and the enjoyment of the hobby.
|Hamilton & District Aquarium Society |
|Kitchner Waterloo Aquarium Society |
KWAS is a non-profit organization established in 1960. Our important club goals are to:
Further the hobby and study of tropical fish and related Endeavours
Inspire the preservation of aquatic life
Maintain a meeting place for its members
Develop and maintain a library on aquatic life
Promote fellowship among its members
Seek out and establish a kinship with other clubs with similar objectives
|London Aquaria Society |
The London Aquaria Society is a non-profit organization, established in June 1956. Its main objective is to promote interest in the breeding and raising of tropical fish, and also to provide a means through which hobbyists may exchange ideas, gain information and display their fish, sharing them with the public in the London area.
|Marine Aquarium Society of Kitchener-Waterloo |
The Marine Aquarium Society of Kitchener was formed November 2001, in order to bring together marine hobbyists from the Golden Triangle (Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge) and surrounding areas. Many hobbyists located west of Toronto were often unable to attend meetings for MAST (Marine Aquarium Society of Toronto) due to the distances involved; so it is that MASK has come to be. As MASK is a sister club to MAST, The purpose of MASK is much the same:
MASK seeks to assist new hobbyists with responsible, ethical advice as well as to promote positive public understanding of the hobby. To educate wherever possible, focusing on reef conservation, responsible and sustainable collection practices and aquarium cultivation.
|Marine Aquarium Society of Toronto |
The mission of MAST shall be the general advancement of the marine aquarium hobby and, in particular, the advancement of the hobby amongst the MAST membership.
|Mountainview Koi Club |
Mountain View Koi Club is an active club whose main interest is the study and enjoyment of Koi , gold fish and outdoor ponds. Each member hosts a monthly meeting; a greet and meet around the pond and Koi is the topic. Mountain View Koi Club is a group of enthusiastic pond and Koi owners who can lend assistance to future pond and Koi owners such as construction , design, breeding, feeding and keeping of Koi.
|Ottawa Valley Aquarium Society |
The Ottawa Valley Aquarium Society (OVAS) is a non-profit, educational, and recreational organization. It has four main objectives:
to further the study of all forms of aquatic life,
to promote interest, exchange ideas, and distribute information concerning the hobby,
to encourage breeding and displaying of aquatic life,
and to work toward the conservation of endangered species.
|Sarnia Aquarium Society |
At our general meetings, we enjoy guest speakers, slide or video presentations, a bowl show competition, raffles, mini auctions, discussions on fish keeping and breeding fish and growing aquatic plants. The meetings are informal and friendly and there are always plenty of opportunities to talk fish with other hobbyists.
|St Catherines & Area Aquarium Society |
St Catherines Ontario
The Society is a non-profit, social/educational organization, dedicated to the task of promoting interest in the breeding, raising, maintenance and study of tropical fish, both at the beginner and more advanced levels.
|Toronto Willowdale Aquarium Society |
Founded as the Willowdale Aquarium Society more than 35 years ago, we seek to provide a gathering place for tropical fish hobbyists in the Toronto Area.
Montreal Aquarium Society
The Montreal Aquarium Society is a non-profit organization founded in 1933. The goals of the society are to promote the mutual interests of its members in acquiring, raising, breeding, and showing aquarium fish and plant life. Members support the society’s important renewable resource program through the introduction, teaching, and development of newcomers and beginners to the hobby and the Montreal Aquarium Society.
Regina Aquarium Society
Thank you for visiting our web site. The Regina Aquarium Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and encouraging the study, exhibition, and spawning of all forms of aquatic life. The Society also promotes fellowship between our members, other aquarium societies and the general public.
|Saskatoon Aquarium Society |
The Saskatoon Aquarium Society (SAS) was founded over 30 years ago by a small group of aquarium hobbyists so that they could share their experiences in a hobby they all enjoyed.
The club has grown significantly over the years and today our membership ranges between one hundred and one hundred twenty-five members.
We hold regular monthly meetings on the last Sunday of each month. Our meetings consist of a auction, bowl show and occasionally a presentation. It’s a great chance to learn, socialize with other hobbyiests and pick up some new fish!
Guam Shell Club
The Guam Shell Club is a non-profit organization for anyone interested in seashells. The club promotes ocean safety, reef preservation, knowledge of marine life, and environmentally sound collecting practices.
Irish Tropical Fish Society - National
Malta Aquarist Society
The Society was established in the year 1970 by a small group of aquarists with the aim of expanding their hobby in the Maltese Islands. The first few meetings used to take place at the aquarists’ own place, during which time the society started increasing its members tally. After overcoming a number of difficulties, we can presently state that it has rooted itself as the local national society for aquarists thus the name THE MALTA AQUARIST SOCIETY. Also, it had become more knowledgeable by associating itself with foreign clubs, such as the Association of Aquarists and the Federation of British Aquatic Societies. After some time the Malta Aqauarist Society obtained also a premises where it could dedicate most of it’s work as well as an official meeting place where to hold meetings, committee elections, discussions as well as trading of locally bred fish (by the members themselves)
KilliFish Nederland (KFN) is a hobbyist association for keepers and breeders of Egg-laying tooth-carps, better known under their common names “Killies” or “Killifishes”.
Federation of New Zealand Aquatic Societies - National
The FNZAS is a group of aquarist/aquarium societies that are dedicated to the improvement of the aquarium and fishkeeping hobby. Any society with kindred interests is eligible to join.
|New Zealand Native Freshwater Fish Society |
People´s Repbulic of China
Hong Kong Reef Aquarium Club
Philippine Arrowna and Luo Han Society
P.A.L.H.S. is a non-stock, non-profit organization dedicated to providing assistance and reliable information through sharing knowledge, experiences and ideas for those that enjoy the challenge and satisfaction of keeping Arowana, Lou Han (Flowerhorn) and other types of freshwater and marine fishes. It is also the objective of P.A.L.H.S. to encourage, aid, and spread the enjoyment of the aquarium hobby in the Philippines.
Southern African Killifish Society - National
Anabantoid Association of Great Britain - National
To promote an interest in the study and maintenance of the Anabantoidei, Luciocephalidae, Channidae and Badis families
|British Cichlid Association - National|
The British Cichlid Association, formed in 1971, is a non-profit making organisation whose aims are to promote conservation and aquarium study of this fascinating and extremely diverse group of fishes. By doing so we will be providing accurate and detailed information for future use. Contact with other members through B.C.A publications and face to face at regular conventions develops the social and scientific sides of cichlid keeping.
|British Killifish Association - National|
The British Killifish Association is dedicated to the study of, propagation of, and publication of knowledge pertaining to Killifish.
|British Koi Keepers Society - National|
The British Koi Keepers Society has been assisting Koi Keepers in the UK since 1970, is one of the oldest and most respected Koi organisations outside of Japan, and is the only UK body actively promoting your hobby.
|British Livebearer Association |
Britian’s Livebearer organization.
|Federation of British Aquatic Societies - National|
The FBAS is the UK’s largest, non-profit making fishkeeping body.
|UK Aquatic Plant Society - National|
Anyone and every one is welcome to be part of Ukaps. The more members we have, no matter how experienced you are, will help to put us on the map.
|UK Discus Assocation - National|
Promoting . . .
The dissemination of information on the Discus fish Symphysodon discus and other related Amazonian sp.
Bermuda Fry-Angle Aquarium Society
Membership to the Bermuda Fry - Angle Aquarium Society is open to any resident of Bermuda who has an interest in Tropical Fish .
Birmingham and West Midlands Koi Club - West Midlands County
The Birmingham & West Midlands section of the BKKS currently has about 50 families making up our membership. We are based around north Birmingham and Dudley with members in Netherton, Stourbridge, Kingswinford and Kidderminster.
|Bristol and West Koi Club - Bristol County|
Bristol & West Koi Club is an open organisation that exists to provide members with an interest in Koi carp a facility for them to meet, discuss and organise Koi related events in a friendly open club environment.
|Bristol Tropical Fish Club - Bristol County|
|British Rainbowfish and Goby Society |
The British Rainbowfish And Goby Society was founded in November 1991.
|Caer Urfa Aquarist Society - Tyne and Wear County|
Caer Urfa is the old Norse name for South Shields (Tyne and Wear). The club used this name because a South Shields Aquarist Society already existed when CUAS was formed in 1978.
|Cheshire and Borders Koi Society - Cheshire and Staffordshire Counties|
To promote the hobby of koi keeping in the Cheshire/Staffordshire area by providing a forum where members can meet and exchange ideas in comfortable surroundings.
|Corby and District Aquarist Society - Northamptonshire County|
|Dunstable and District Aquarist Society - Bedforshire County|
Whether you are a newcomer to the hobby and setting up your first aquarium or a veteran with forty years experience and a hundred tanks in the shed, you will find our club to be a friendly and interesting opportunity to exchange ideas with or obtain assistance from the our wealth of member’s experiences.
|East Pennine Koi Club - South Yorkshire|
|Essex Section of the BKKS - Essex County|
The aim of the ESSEX SECTION is to promote the very enjoyable pastime of Koi-Keeping and try to further the knowledge in all aspects of the hobby. We as a section constantly strive to improve the facilities and benefits to our members. Most members will be only too glad to talk to you about their own experiences. Any ideas you may have on how we may improve the section in any aspect will be greatly appreciated, you will find that we will be very responsive to any input that you may have to offer. To be a member of the Essex Section does not mean that you have to have a pond the size of Lake Windermere containing fish the size of Moby Dick, costing as much as Liz Taylor’s diamond ring. Koi – Keeping is a hobby that can be enjoyed by all. We have members in the club who do not own ponds but are happy to belong to the section and join in with all our activities.
|Hounslow and District Aquarist Society - Greater London|
If you live around Heathrow Airport (someone has to!) or maybe even a little further out, are interested in fishkeeping in any capacity - aquariums, ponds, tropical or coldwater fishes, freshwater or marine - then we’ll have something to offer you.
|Ilford and District Aquarists and Pondkeepers Society - Greater London|
The Society was founded in 1934 and is now believed to be the oldest active fishkeeping club in the U.K. At the present time we have about seventy members of whom about forty regularly attend our monthly meetings. We are members of the Federation of British Aquatic Societies.
|Island Fish Keepers - Isle of Wight|
Formerly called the Isle of Wight Aquarist Society, we now have a new name. This reflects the fact we have now joined forces with the Island Koi Keepers Society and it also simplifies our name and makes it more direct in the hope of attracting new members. We now cover a complete fish keeping range including, of course, Koi keeping.
|Merseyside Aquarist Society - Merseyside County|
|Middlesex and Surrey Koi Club - Middlesex and Surrey Counties|
Middlesex & Surrey Borders section of the British Koi Keepers Society was formed in September 1983 and is one of the premier sections of the British Koi Keepers Society (BKKS), and is here to promote the hobby of Koi Keeping, Nishikigoi.
|North East Koi Club - Durham County|
The North East Koi Club, was founded in 1975, as part of the British Koi Keepers Society [B.K.K.S.] and grew in strength alongside the hobby.
|Northants Koi Club - Northamptonshire County|
The club has been established for 30 years and regularly holds monthly meetings featuring guest speakers from the world of Koi, as well as video nights, quizzes and a raffle.
|Northern Koi Club |
The Northern Koi Club was formed as an independent club on 2nd April 1993 by a group of established Koi Keepers with the aim of promoting the hobby as widely as possible without the burden of rules & regulations that beset many other clubs (a proud fact is that we have no rule book!)
|Nottingham and District Koi Keepers - Nottinghamshire|
The Nottingham and District Koi Keepers Society began 25 years ago and now boasts a membership of over 65 located over an extensive area around Nottingham and beyond. There is a wealth of experience within the Club with members of over 20 years experience. Advice on any aspect of the koi hobby is freely given including pond building, filtration and health issues. The Club is a friendly club and all newcomers are warmly received.
|Otley Aquarist Society - West Yorkshire County|
Otley Aquarists Society is a small friendly club; we meet at the Three Horse Shoes in Bridge Street Otley on the Third Wednesday of every month at 8pm.
|Plymouth and District Aquarists and Pondkeepers Society - Devon County|
The Society was founded in June 1948 by a former member Sam Ryder. Of the 24 who attended, John Stevens (now a member of the Bristol Club) is the sole surviving founder member who still takes an active interest in the affairs of the Society; he is an honorary member, and presented the awards at our 1998 Open Show held in September. Since then the club has gone from strength to strength, and is affiliated to the Federation of British Aquatic Societies. Within the Society we have many members, some of whom are knowledgeable in the fields of aquatic plants, coldwater, marine, and of course tropical fish. We hope every new member joining will be able to gain the information they require from other aquarists, and also share any ideas they may have with other club members.
|Portsmouth Aquarist Society - Hampshire County|
Portsmouth Aquarist Society, founded over 50 years ago, is still one of the longest running, local fish societies. Luckily, thanks to the long serving members, P.A.S. still carries on - even though all the other local fish clubs, closed down through lack of support.
|Preston and District Aquarist Society - Lancashire County|
|Reigate and Redhill Aquarist Society - Surrey County|
Whilst current members continue to be largely freshwater fish enthusiasts, both tropical and coldwater, the club promotes interest in all aspects of aquatic life, including native and tropical marines, amphibians, aquatic plants and conservation/environmental issues.
|Ryedale Aquarist Society - North Yorkshire County|
The Society began life in February 1985 as the Ryedale Aquarist Club. Then, as now, the aim was to provide fishkeepers in the Ryedale area of North Yorkshire, England with a monthly meeting at which such people, whatever their line of interest in the aquarium hobby, could get together and discuss aquarium fish.
|South East Section of the BKKS - Greater London County|
The South East BKKS are a friendly club with a long history. Based in the South Eastern corner of England, our membership comes from the counties of Kent in the East, Berkshire to the West, West Sussex to the South, and all the counties in between. We even have a few members from across the river (Thames) in Essex, as far North(West) as Stockport in Cheshire and a few more across the Channel in Belgium and the Netherlands.
|South Hants Sections of the BKKS - Hampshire County|
|South Park Aquatic Study Group - Greater London County|
We are a Wimbledon based club specialising in keeping cold water fish and amphibians.
|South Tyneside Aquatic, Marine, & Pondkeepers Society - Tyne and Wear County|
Our society’s aim is to promote fishkeeping in a positive and ethical manner for the welfare of the fish and the enjoyment of their keepers.
|Southend Leigh and District Aquarist Society - Essex County|
The club celebrated its 70th year in 2005, the earliest records we have found date to 1935, so it may be even older.
|Strood and District Aquarist Society - Strood County|
The society was formed in 1970 and was originally known as “Elliotts Aquarist Society”, it being based at the Elliotts Electronics Company in Rochester. After just a few years, it was decided to cease to be a “works” club, so it moved to Strood and at this time, adopted its current name.
|Telford and District Aquarist Society - Shropshire County|
We are a small society based in Hollingswood, Telford. We meet at the Hollingswood Church House every 2nd Tuesday of the month starting at 7:30PM. As we are the only society in the area our aim is to promote interest in fish keeping in Telford and the surrounding area, while embracing the wider aspects of fish keeping to include biology, ecology and conservation.
|Worthing and District Section of the BKKS |
The aims of the club are to promote and encourage the hobby of Koi Fish Keeping within the Section’s area and to aid fellow members where possible.
|York and District Aquarist Society - County of York|
The society provides an extensive source of information providing an opportunity for fellow hobbyists to share knowledge.
|Yorkshire Association of Aquarist Societies - Yorkshire|
|Yorkshire Koi Scoiety - Historic County of Yorkshire|
Irish Section of the BKKS
Belfast Northern Ireland
Our aim is to provide a friendly community where Koi keepers can get together to discuss koi, ponds and much more.
Aberdeen Fishkeepers Club
If you are a passionate fish keeper or simply someone who would like to learn more about the joys of keeping fish then you are welcome to come along to Aberdeen Fishkeepers Club.
|Fair City Aquarist Society |
The Fair City Aquarist Society is a society of like-minded individuals with an interest in keeping, breeding and showing fish.
|Federation of Scottish Aquarist Societies |
The Federation of Scottish Aquarist Societies consists of 13 Aquarist Societies throughout Scotland who hold regular meetings and yearly Open Shows, thus highlighting in the Scottish International Open Show which incorporates the Scottish Champion of Champions with an Open Show for both Senior and Junior fishkeepers.
|Greenock and District Aquarist Society |
The Greenock & District Aquarist Society is one of the biggest clubs in Scotland and was formed in October 1950 when fishkeeping was starting to take off after the war, and to cater for a growing number of aquarists who were looking for a meeting place to discus, and expand their hobby.
|Kirkcaldy Aquarist Society |
It’s a very friendly club with like minded people from the novice to the experienced.
|Poecilia Scotia |
POECILIA SCOTIA WAS FORMED IN THE SPRING OF 1995 BY A GROUP OF SCOTTISH LIVEBEARING ENTHUSIASTS HENCE THE NAME . HOWEVER THE GROUP HAD BEEN IN EXISTENCE SOME TIME PREVIOUS TO THIS BEING KNOWN AS SCOTTISH VIVIPARA UNTIL 1995 AND THE LOTHIAN LIVEBEARER GROUP SET UP IN 1989
Newport and District Aquarist Society
We are a South Wales based Tropical and Marine Fish Club, even Coldwater if you like.
We really are not bothered as long as you have a good interest in the fishkeeping hobby.
|North Wales Koi Club |
North Wales Koi is a small, friendly club who share an interest in ponds and Koi keeping.
|South Wales Section of the BKKS |
We sincerely hope that you will enjoy being a member of our Section, and make many new friends who share the same hobby.
|West Wales Koi Keepers |
Port Talbot Wales
We are a friendly group of Koi Keepers in the Swansea & West Wales area.
National / Multi-State
American Cichlid Association - National Organization
Cichlids are an amazing family of freshwater fishes found throughout tropical and subtropical waters of the Americas, Africa and parts of Asia. The American Cichlid Association is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to the knowledge and enjoyment of cichlid fishes.
|American Killifish Association - National|
The American Killifish Association is a national organization based in the United States. However, membership is open to all people of all countries.
The aims of the association are to advance the enjoyment, propagation, study and conservation of killifish (oviparous Cyprinodontiform fish) and to promote fellowship amongst its members. The AKA maintains a number of programs to further these aims. These include the bimonthly publication of the Journal of the American Killifish Association and the monthly publication of a Business Newsletter. The latter includes a Fish and Egg Listing in which members can list fish and eggs for sale or wanted. The AKA holds an annual convention and killifish show once each year.
|American Livebearers Association - National Organization|
The goal of the American Livebearer Association is to gather, organize and disseminate the knowledge of livebearers, to promote fellowship among members, and to further the conservation of species and their natural habitat.
|Associated Koi Clubs of America - National Organization|
AKCA is a non profit organization created to promote, the hobby of keeping, breeding, appreciating and exhibiting Koi.
|Chesapeake Area Killifish Club - New England|
|Chesapeake Fancy Show Guppy Club - New England|
The Chesapeake Guppy Club (CGC) is an International Fancy Guppy Association (IFGA) sanctioned club. We are a Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania based organization for those interested in guppies. Whether ones interest lies in top quality show guppies and competing across the nation in IFGA sanctioned shows or just a few tanks full of local fish store fancy guppies, there is room for everyone to learn and to teach. If you have an interest in guppies, the Chesapeake Guppy Club is for you.
|Delaware Valley Aquatic Gardeners Association - New England|
Delaware Valley Aquatic Gardeners Association is a planted aquarium club encompassing Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey. We are a community made up of planted aquarium enthusiasts striving to advance the art of aquatic gardening by sharing members collective experiences, knowledge, and devotion to our planted aquarium hobby. We are devoted to maintaining an educational, fun, and supportive environment where members can share their joys and learn from their frustrations.
|Keystone Killy Group - New England|
The Keystone Killy Group (KKG) is the affiliate club of the American Killifish Association serving the eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland area.
|Mid-Atlantic Koi Club - New England|
An active and friendly club for people who are interested in the study and enjoyment of Koi, Goldfish and outdoor ponds. Monthly meetings provide a variety of activities, including lectures, pond tours and Koi shows, as well as an opportunity to meet other enthusiasts. MAKC can offer assistance in all phases of Koi keeping, from pond design and construction, to selecting, breeding, feeding and care of fish, as well as aquatic plant information.
|Midwest Cichlid Assocation - Midwest|
We are The Midwest Cichlid Association. A new and exciting organization, dedicated to the promotion of keeping, breeding, and specialization of the cichlid fish hobby. We eat, sleep, and breathe cichlids! It doesn’t matter if it’s an Old World or a New World cichlid, we want to learn all we can about it, pass that information on to others, and then keep that network of hobbyists fully functional and growing together.
|New England Aquatic Plant Society - New England|
The New England Aquatic Plant Society is a club representing aquarium hobbyists with an interest in propagating, aquascaping, public education, and conservation of aquatic plants. Our group is comprised of members from many of the New England states, including Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Vermont, and other locations within and outside of the northeast, as well other countries. Our membership boasts expert, prize winning aquascapers to novices just learning about the hobby and everything in between.
|New England Cichlid Association - New England|
The NECA is a non-profit club created to promote awareness among cichlid hobbyists. We were formed as a club devoted soley to cichlids. The club is quickly growing and we hope will soon be a well known cichlid club throughout Northern America. As the club continues to grow, we will be able to hold auctions at our meetings, enabling us to keep share different species of cichlids with other club members. As a club member, you will be able to attend presentations by speakers who will share their knowledge of the cichlids we keep, or on new species. You’ll be able to share ideas on DIY projects, tank decor, maintenance and all other aspects of the hobby. Most of all, you’ll have a new group of friends who don’t think you’re insane for converting your garage or basement into your personal aquarium.
|New England Fancy Guppy Association - New England|
The New England Fancy Guppy Association is made up of guppy breeders from all over New England. We have members in Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Our meetings are held once a month at different members houses so we get a chance to see our members fish rooms and their fish.
|Northeast Council of Aquarium Societies - New England|
|NorthEast Livebearer Association - New England|
We are a group of fish keepers who enjoy keeping live bearing fish. We believe that livebearers are more than just a snack for cichlids although many of us keep those too. Some of us specialize in goodeids or other wild-type fish while others enjoy maintaining and even creating domestic strains such as the fancy guppy.
|Northwest Killies - Northwest|
|Pacific Northwest Marine Aquarium Society - Northwest|
If you desire to learn about the hobby and wish to find like-minded individuals, then PNWMAS is the place for you! We typically meet on the third Sunday of every month. Sometimes we meet at local fish stores, other times at a fellow hobbyists house and on occasion we hold meetings at one of our educator’s schools. More often than not, some form of coral trading ensues at each meeting. We also have events such as trips to the Oregon Coast Aquarium and Hatfield Marine Science Center, participate in the SOLV beach clean-ups and fly in experts of the hobby to speak to us.
|The Goldfish Society of America - National Organization|
The Goldfish Society of America (GFSA) is devoted to the successful keeping and enjoyment of goldfish. The GFSA is one of the largest organizations in the world devoted solely to goldfish. While centered in the United States of America, the GFSA boasts an international membership.
|The Midwest Cichlid Association - Midwest|
Who are we? We are The Midwest Cichlid Association. A new and exciting organization, dedicated to the promotion of the keeping, breeding, and specialization of the cichlid fish hobby. We eat, sleep, and breathe cichlids! It doesn’t matter if it’s an Old World or a New World cichlid, we want to learn all we can about it, pass that information on to others, and then keep that network of hobbyists fully functional and growing together. As more and more people continue to connect to each other via the Internet, our network of hobbyist members will be able to ask questions, share their knowledge and experiences, and work together to promote this intricate hobby that each of us has come to enjoy so very much.
|Zen Nippon Airinkai Northwest Koi and Goldfish Club - Northwest|
If you enjoy Koi, Goldfish and friendly people, this is your club.
In fact, your local branch of a world wide fish club !
We are the Northwest Chapter of Zen Nippon Airinkai, (ZNA).. The name translates as “All Japan fish scale appreciation society”
... sorta neat, don’t ya think ?
|Zen Nippon Airinkai Potomac - Captial Area|
ZNA Potomac is affiliated with Zen Nippon Arinkai and AKCA and serves Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia. The members come from all areas and bring together a wealth of knowledge and experience. The members range from seasoned pond keepers to new hobbyists. Ponds range from preformed hard plastic with a few hundred gallons to expansive custom designed ponds with thousands of gallons.
Central Alabama Koi and Water Garden Society
The Central Alabama Koi & Water Garden Society is an organization for the enjoyment of ornamental garden ponds and Koi keeping. We are affiliated with the Associated Koi Clubs of America, and the Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
|Central Alabama Reef Club |
|Mobile Bay Reef Keepers |
|North Alabama Reef Club |
We are a group of saltwater aquarium hobbyists located in the North Alabama area. Our mission is to further the hobby and science of marine aquarium keeping.
|Rocket City Bettas |
The Rocket City Betta club is an organization of people who love to breed and show the Betta, Betta splendens. the Rocket City Betta club is based in Huntsville, Alabama.
Arizona Aquatic Plant Enthusiasts
We are a group of planted tank hobbyists located primarily in the Phoenix, metropolitan area of Arizona. We are open to plant enthusiasts from all over the world.
|Arizona Rivulin Keepers |
The Arizona Rivulin Keepers (ARK) is a not-for-profit, educational association dedicated to promoting the public knowledge, care, and breeding of a group of fishes collectively known as killifishes. Meetings are free and the public is invited.
|Desert Marine Society |
DMS simply stands for the Desert Marine Society. It’s a non profit organization located in Phoenix Arizona and is open to anyone interested in the keeping of Marine Aquaria.
|Greater Phoenix Pond Society |
|Southern Arizona Koi Association |
|Tucson Watergardeners |
|Valley of the Sun Koi Club |
Valley of the Sun Koi Club is a club for all Koi enthusiasts. Whether you are a beginning hobbyist or an experienced Koi keeper, you are welcome in our club.
Northwest Arkansas Aquarium Society
Northwest Arkansas Aquarium Society (NWAAS) http://nwaas.com
We hold meetings on the second Saturday of each month, in the Community Room at the Rogers Police Station, corner of Dixieland and New Hope Roads. We focus on a wide range of topics and members range from beginners with one tank to long time hobbyists with over 60. Come join us as we seek to grow the hobby in the Ozarks region.
|Razorback Reef Marine Aquarium Society |
Founded in April 2004, Razorback Reef Marine Aquarium Society (RRMAS) is a non profit society dedicated to the education and husbandry of marine life in a captive environment. Together we can share our collective knowledge and experience for improved care and propagation of marine life, while reducing the negative impact that collection can have on the coral reef. We are committed to educating the public on proper care and maintenacne of these miniature ecosystems to promote the interest and enjoyment of the hobby. Our society provides resources to the marine aquarium enthusiasts in Arkansas and surrounding areas by sponsoring meetings, lectures, online discussions, publications, websites, and other means, to connnect local hobbiests. Razorback Reef supports many educational and conservation organizations intended for the improvement of coral reef environments.
Bay Area Reefers
San Fransisco California
Bar Area Reefers(BAR) seeks to promote, foster and encourage education and appreciation for the ethical husbandry and propagation of marine life.
|California’s Organization of Aquatic Show Tropicals |
The club was formed around 1991 by aquarium hobbyists for the purpose of advancing the understanding of aquatic life, promoting the keeping and preservation of diverse species, and getting together to have fun with people who share in the fascination with things which live in the water. California’s Organization of Aquatic Show Tropicals (COAST) is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit association registered with the state of California.
|Camellia Koi Club of Sacramento |
The Camellia Koi Club of Sacramento is a nonprofit, educational group of koi enthusiasts serving the central California valley and foothills surrounding Sacramento. We have monthly meetings with great food, a speaker, and a discussion of koi-related topics. We publish a monthly newsletter, have yearly shows, sponsor a pond tour every other year, take field trips to koi dealers, and help each other. Our club was started 26 years ago by a few koi lovers and has grown to over 100 families.
|Central Valley Reefers |
Central Valley Reefers is a group of dedicated marine aquarium hobbyists committed to bringing together people with similar interests throughout Central California. In doing so, we support ecologically-friendly propagation techniques, sharing knowledge through planned events and activities, and providing assistance to fellow enthusiasts in an open and friendly atmosphere.
|Inland Empire Marine Association |
|Inland Koi Society |
Devoted to the Koi and Pond enthusiasts.
|Koi Club of San Diego |
Each month the Koi Club of San Diego publishes a newsletter and mails it to our members. Our yearly dues are used to help defray the costs of reproducing and mailing. We try to have a short pertinent article in each issue. Also, since our club is affiliated with the Associated Koi Clubs of America, members are eligible for a special subscription rate to KOI USA magazine.
|Marine Aquarists Roundtable of Sacramento |
The purpose of the organization shall be to promote, create and enlarge the hobby of keeping propagating appreciating and exhibiting marine organisms; to disseminate information about the above to the membership; to engage in educational activities related to our purposes; and to acquire and own such property as may be necessary for any or all of the forgoing purposes.
|Marine Aquarium Society of Los Angeles |
Los Angeles California
|Marine Aquarium Society of Ventura County |
|Nishiki Koi Club |
Buena Park California
The Nishiki (knee-she-key) Koi Club is a social, special interest organization dedicated to the enjoyment of Koi through participation and education. Our club, when started in 1970, was the second Koi club in the United States.
|Northern Valley Reefers |
The Northern Valley Reefers are a group of marine aquaria hobbyists from the greater San Joaquin County area of California. Our purpose is to maximize the enjoyment of our hobby through education and by good husbandry and propagation practices.
|Pacific Coast Cichlid Association |
Founded in August of 1980, the Pacific Coast Cichlid Association exists to meet the needs of the west coast cichlid hobbyist. By-Laws were constructed in 1983-1984 and the PCCA was incorporated as a non-profit corporation under the laws of the state of California on January 30, 1985. Since inception, the PCCA has grown rapidly from a local society of 20 members to one of national scope, with members all over the world.
|Pan Pacific Guppy Association |
The Pan Pacific Guppy Association (PPGA) serves members throughout Southern California. The goal of the club is to support members who have a common interest in the breeding, raising, and showing of quality Fancy Guppies. We have monthly meetings and discuss varying topics of interest to guppy enthusiasts. We have planned videos, fish room tours,
help with raising, breeding and maintaining strains, and assistance with fishroom construction and obtaining discounted supplies.
|Sacramento Aquarium Society |
Bringing Aquarium Hobbyists of the Greater Sacramento Valley Together Since 1952.
|Sacramento Aquatic Plant Club |
Just a meeting site so far, they will hopefully have their own site up soon.
|Saltwater Enthusiasts Association of the Bay Area |
San Francisco California
SEABay (Saltwater Enthusiast Association of the Bay Area) is a nonprofit organization. Created in January, 1995, the club’s primary objective is to provide information and instruction in the care and well-being of aquatic marine life including fishes, corals, invertebrates, algae and bacteria. We are made up of hobbyists and professionals all over the Bay Area.
|San Diego Killifish Group |
San Deigo California
|San Diego Marine Aquarium Society |
The San Diego Marine Aquarium Society (SDMAS) is a non-profit organization run by local marine enthusiasts for local marine enthusiasts, and dedicated to the support of the hobby of marine aquarium keeping in the San Diego area.
|San Francisco Aquarium Society |
Founded in 1923, the San Francisco Aquarium Society is one of the nation’s esteemed aquarium hobbyist organizations. Incorporated in 1948 as a non-profit by the State of California, it operates for the express purpose of promoting the hobby through education and comraderie while spilling as little water as possible.
|San Francisco Bay Area Aquatic Plant Society |
sfbaaps is a regional community of planted aquarium enthusiasts living in and around the greater San Francisco Bay Area. We strive to enrich our members’ aquatic gardening experience while advancing our hobby. To meet these goals, sfbaaps facilitates regular events which include open houses, speaker presentations, and plant swaps.
|San Francisco Bay Area Killifish Association |
BAKA’s purpose is to support and promote the killifish hobby in our region, the nation, and the world. Through our activities, we aim to educate our members and the public, and to foster a caring conservation attitude to help preserve these unusual fishes, everywhere.
|San Francisco Bay Area Koi Club |
San Francisco California
|Santa Clara Valley Koi and Water Garden Club |
Our mission is to educate the public in the art of raising Koi fish, owning beautiful ponds, or lovely water gardens. Our members enjoy these hobbies that often become full-time passions. If you or anyone you know is interested in either of these topics, please use this web site to help you learn more about these rewarding endeavors. And, don’t forget, we’re always looking for new members.
|Shasta Koi and Water Garden Club |
Shasta Koi and Water Garden Club is a group of like-minded Koi and water garden enthusiasts. Our membership is made up of people living in Shasta, Tehema and Trinity counties.
|Silicon Valley Aquarium Society |
|Southern California Aquatic Plant Enthusiasts |
|Southern California Killi Club |
|Southern California Marine Aquarium Society |
SCMAS is a marine aquarium club, based in Orange County, California. We’re a lively group including both reef and fish-only aquarists. Our monthly raffles are world-renown. We regularly have speakers, organized activities, field-trips, and tank-tours.
Colorado Aquarium Society
P.O. Box 1253
Arvada Colorado 80001
Our objective is to promote and share information about the hobby of ornamental fish-keeping. We are a ‘general’ aquarium club that covers every aspect of the freshwater and marine aquarium hobby. This includes all fish, invertebrates, and plants kept in either tanks or ponds. The CAS was established in 1947 and incorporated under Colorado law as a non profit organization on November 6, 1962.
|Colorado Killie Club |
|Colorado Water Garden Society |
The Colorado Water Garden Society (CWGS) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization formed in 1983 to encourage a greater appreciation and interest in the use of water in the landscape. As the first established water garden society in the world, the mission of the society is to disseminate educational information to the general public and to stimulate the study and culture of water plants.
|Denver Area Reef Club |
|Marine Aquarium Society of Colorado |
The Marine Aquarium Society of Colorado is dedicated to the endorsement, education, and fellowship of marine aquarium hobbyists.
|Pikes Peak Water Garden Society |
The purpose of the Pikes Peak Water Garden Society is dedicated to encourage interest, inform and educate enthusiasts in the construction and maintenance of water gardens, aquatic life, plants and how to keep a well-balanced pond.
|Rocky Mountain Cichlid Association |
We are a non-profit organization, dedicated to the furtherance of knowledge regarding cichlids and encouraging the keeping of cichlids as aquarium subjects.
|Rocky Mountain Koi Club |
The Rocky Mountain Koi Club is dedicated to providing its membership with timely and accurate information for pond building and raising Koi at high altitudes. Through various club activities, members learn to enjoy one of the fastest growing hobbies in the United States and around the world.
|Southern Colorado Koi Club |
Colorado Springs Colorado
Located in Colorado Springs, but reaching out to all of Colorado, we are a group dedicated to promoting and appreciating all things nishikigoi (koi). Visit our website and join us.
Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month, February through November.
They will be held in the Rockrimmon Library, 832 Village Center Drive, Colorado Springs.
This is in the Village Center Shopping Center, with free parking.
We will gather at 6:00 for live chat, and start the meeting and program at 7 pm.
Adjournment will be no later than 8:50, as the library closes at 9 pm.
Ne need to make a reservation - just show up! We will be thrilled to see you!
|The Southern Colorado Marine Aquarist Society |
Aqua-Land Aquarium Society
|Connecticut Area Reef Society |
CTARS is to provide a reason (excuse for some) for people in Connecticut and surrounding areas, with the common interest of reef keeping, to get together and share knowledge and experience of this hobby. This knowledge and experience will promote responsible husbandry through proper tank set-up, maintenance and appropriate stocking of our reef tanks, and passing along captive cultured corals through trades.
|Norwalk Aquarium Society |
Delaware Reef Club
|Diamond State Aquarium Society |
Incorporated since 1988.
Brevard Area Reef Society
Brevard Area Reef Society (BARS) is a non-profit marine aquarium club based in Brevard County, FL.
We welcome all levels of marine enthusiasts, from those who are still contemplating their first tank, experts, and all levels in between. The atmosphere at our meetings is informal, friendly, and we welcome new members of all levels.
|Coastal Aquarium Society |
|First Coast Koi Club |
Dedicated to promoting the appreciation and joy of Koi, Goldfish & Water Gardens through education, mutual support and public exhibits in Jacksonville, Florida and neighboring areas.
|Florida East Coast Koi and Water Garden Society |
Our club is a place to share common interests related to the hobby of pond keeping, including koi, goldfish, and water gardening. Our purpose is to provide educational programs regarding pond keeping, to promote water gardening as a leisure activity, and to promote appreciation of Nishikigoi and goldfish in outdoor pond settings. Most of our members reside in Flagler, Volusia, Lake, and Brevard counties.
|Florida Marine Aquarium Society |
The Florida Marine Aquarium Society’s mission is to bring together the expertise and experience of its members, with a purpose to share this information with others. By providing this wealth of information to all, the society strives to protect the quality of life for marine organisms maintained in aquaria. Creating an awareness of natural marine ecosystems in order to protect and share them with future generations.
|Florida Reef Aquarist Guild |
The Florida Reef Aquarists Guild was formed in September of 2001 to allow people from the South Florida area to have a common meeting place to swap or sell frags and equipment as well as discuss the latest in reefkeeping techniques.
|Gainesville Aquarium Club |
|Gainsville Koi Club |
The Gainesville club, affectionately called the Pondhoppers, was founded in 1987. The main objective of the club is to encourage interest, study and a greater appreciation in the hobbies of koi keeping and water gardening. The club provides information on all aspects of these hobbies using our members and local experts as resources for answers to questions about koi keeping, designing and maintaining ponds, and providing a healthy habitat for aquatic life.
|Gold Coast Aquarium Society of South Florida |
The GCAS is a casual club of freshwater hobbyists of all experience levels who meet monthly.
|Marine Aquarium Society of the Palm Beaches |
The Marine Aquarium Society of the Palm Beaches meets on the second Monday of every month behind the Draher Park zoo in the South Florida Science Museum. Gathering begins at 7:30 and the meeting begins formally at 8:00pm. Arrive early so you can see the library, ask questions, and see the wonderful tanks, including a 180g reef tank, that the aquarium curator, Chris Koch., maintains. Each month we have a different speaker and a fish and invertebrate raffle.
|North Florida Koi Club |
The North Florida Koi Club (NFKC) is dedicated to the appreciation, keeping and showing of Koi. We are affiliated with the Association of Koi Clubs of America (AKCA). Our printed newsletter, Barbels, is published monthly for club members and other subscribers with information on club activities and other articles relating to koi, koi keeping, ponds, water quality and water plants.
|Northeast Florida Marine Aquarium Society |
The Northeast Florida Marine Aquarium Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the hobby by promoting the exchange of information, equipment, and livestock.
|Orlando Area Koi and Pond Club |
Promoting the appreciation of koi and the enjoyment of pond keeping through educational programs and shows.
|Orlando Reef Caretakers Association |
ORCA is a non-profit organization of aquarists dedicated to the care and conservation of marine life kept in reef aquariums. Our primary objective is to educate other area reef keepers on the requirements of caring for reef inverts, fish and coral propagation.
|Palm Beach Marine Aquarium Society |
The Palm Beach Marine Aquarium Society (PBMAS) was founded in 2004 as a volunteer organization to bring together persons interested in the hobby of maintaining marine fish and invertebrates. Through monthly meetings, field trips, and the Website, members and their guests share knowledge and experience in all aspects of the hobby and network with fellow hobbyists.
|SouthWest Florida Marine Aquarium Society |
|Suncoast Killifish Society |
|Tampa Bay Aquarium Society |
|Tampa Bay Koi and Water Garden Club |
The Tampa Bay Koi and Water Garden club’s goal is to create, promote and enlarge the hobby of koi keeping and water gardening. We also share information and educational activities related to all aspects of ponds. The club is a member of Associated Koi Clubs of America and has branched off from its sister club, The Florida West Coast Koi & Water Garden Club of Sarasota. The club meets the third Sunday of the month at different ponds, or homes. Alternatively, shows, or field trips may occur in place of the club meeting.
|Tampa Bay Reef Club |
Provide a meeting place for reef aquarium hobbyists
Promote captive propagated animals
Monitor and preserve Florida’s reefs from environmental damage
Research and discuss new techniques in reef keeping
and of course...have fun!
|Tropical Koi Club |
|Zen Nippon Airinkai Southern Koi Association Chapter |
Atlanta Area Aquarium Association
The Atlanta Area Aquarium Association is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the dissemination of aquarium and aquarium related information to its members and the aquarium hobby at large. The Atlanta Area Aquarium Association was founded in 1995.
|Atlanta Koi Club |
Dedicated to sharing the joy of keeping Koi.
|Atlanta Reef Club |
The ARC is a non-profit organization of marine hobbyists who share the interest in keeping saltwater fish and reefs. We promote responsible reefkeeping and ecological preservation through education within the club and through outreach programs such as SaltwaterU.
We welcome all enthusiasts, from those just interested in the hobby to seasoned veterans. If you are thinking about setting up a saltwater tank or just have experiences to share, this is the place.
The club is very active, with over 400 members, over 30 sponsors, and at least a monthly meeting (formal or informal). Our forums are the primary means of club communications, and non-members are welcomed to participate.
|Atlanta Southeastern Marine Aquarium Society |
The Atlanta Southern Marine Aquarium Society (ASMAS) is a hobby club for lovers of saltwater aquariums, live rock, corals, reefs, anenomes, clownfish, triggers & tangs, as well as live sand, hermit crabs and other fish tank related fun. We have meetings in the Atlanta area as well as Loganville, Snellville, Gwinett County, Grayson, Lauranceville, Walton county and more.
|Augusta Koi and Water Garden Society |
Big Island Aquarium Society
The Big Island Aquarium Society provides a place where members, who are interested in the hobby of raising, breeding and exhibiting tropical fish, can meet and exchange information to promote and develop the hobby within the community.
|Honolulu Aquarium Society |
Geothermal Aquaculture Research Foundation
TO PROVIDE THE CITIZENS OF IDAHO AND THE WORLD A SHOWCASE COLLECTION OF AQUATIC PLANTS, FISH, REEF ANIMALS AND PRODUCTS. TO STIMULATE INTEREST IN, APPRECIATION FOR AND AN UNDERSTANDING OF THESE COLLECTIONS. TO BE IMPLEMENTED THROUGH PLANT RECORDS, PUBLIC DISPLAYS, COLLECTIONS, APPLIED RESEARCH, PUBLICATIONS, INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS, AND SALES OF QUALITY PRODUCTS.
|Idaho Marine Aquarium Society |
We exist to promote and grow the marine aquarium hobby in the Treasure Valley. It is organized as a loose fraternal association of the people that help each other with the hobby. Activities include monthly educational meetings, newsletters and tank tours. We are also proud to announce our affiliation with MASNA!
|North Idaho Koi Keepers |
A new organization for serious koi keepers and those who want to become serious koi keepers. This group will participate in workshops and field trips to improve their knowledge of the ornamental carp and help educate others in the appreciation of koi, known to us as “living jewels”. NIKK is now a member of AKCA and PNKCA.
Central Illinois Aquatic Gardeners Association
Our club is dedicated to all forms of aquatic gardening and is open to people of all levels of experience. Whether you’re trying to figure out how to grow plants in your aquarium or you are trying to locate rare species, you are welcome to join us.
|Central Illinois Marine Aquarists |
Representing Central Illinois, CIMA is dedicated to health of the marine animals we keep, and the reefs we try to replicate.
|Central Illinois Water Gardeners |
|Champaign Area Fish Exchange |
Welcome to the Champaign Area Fish Exchange!
We are a group of hobbyists who enjoy all aspects of aquatic life. Come to our monthly meetings or join us at our public auctions!
|Chicago Aquatic Gardeners Association |
CAGA promotes the hobby of growing aquatic plants in the local community serving the greater Chicagoland area. We maintain a group electronic mailing service to discuss plant trades, group buys, and anything else plant, fish, and tank related.
|Chicago Killifish Association |
The Chicago Killifish Association (ChiKA) serves not only the Chicago metropolitan area, but now hosts members as far south as central Illinois, western Illinois to Rock Island, and beyond into Iowa, east into Indiana, and north into Wisconsin. ChiKA is an organization of dedicated killifish keepers and breeders. ChiKA is an affiliate of the American Killifish Association (AKA).
|Chicagoland Marine Aquarium Society |
Established in January 1993, the Chicagoland Marine Aquarium Society (CMAS) is a nonprofit organization of marine hobbyists brought together by the desire to promote a better understanding of the life we keep in our marine aquariums. Our focus is to increase the longevity of marine life in a controlled environment and to encourage that life to propagate freely. Only through education and the sharing of ideas can we expect a future for our hobby. Anyone interested in advancing these goals is invited to join.
|Greater Chicago Cichlid Association |
The Greater Chicago Cichlid Association — GCCA — is a not-for-profit, educational organization, chartered in the state of Illinois, dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of information relating to the biology of the fishes in the family Cichlidae, with particular emphasis on maintenance and breeding in captivity. We are simply cichlid hobbyists who love cichlids.
|Green Water Aquarium Society |
The Green Water Aquarium Society is having some issues with their website. They have placed up this blog to keep interested parties up to date.
|Iliana Garden Pond Society |
The Illiana Garden Pond Society is a not for profit organization dedicated to pond and water garden education and care.
|Midwest Pond and Koi Society |
MPKS is a not for profit, hobbyist organization whose members share a common interest in koi (Japanese colored carp), goldfish, water gardens and backyard ponds. There are currently about 500 members, mostly in Chicago and surrounding counties as well as Michigan, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri and as far away as Hawaii. MPKS meets on the 3rd Friday of the month from January through October at The Oaks, formerly the Ramada Inn of Burr Ridge. You do not have to be a member to attend.
|Prairieland Koi and Pond Society |
The Society has a vast wealth of knowledge to share with you, about ponds, water gardens, and fish.
|Rockford Reefers |
The Rockford Reefers is a group of reef and marine aquarium enthusiasts that joined together to share experiences and knowledge, exchange frags, and learn from each other.
Circle City Aquarium Club
Everyone is welcome to come on out and enjoy the fun of being a member of the CCAC!
|Indiana Koi and Water Garden Club |
|Indiana Marine Aquarium Society |
|Michiana Aquarium Society |
The members of Michiana Aquarium Society a share a common interest--things aquatic--freshwater and marine aquarium fish, plants and other aquatic organisms, as well as ponds. Members are of all levels of expertise, from beginner to advanced breeder, and of all ages.
|Wabash Valley Water Garden Society |
Terre Haute Indiana
The Wabash Valley Water Garden Society was formed in August, 1994, to encourage interest in water gardening in theTerre Haute, Indiana, and surrounding areas. A more immediate reason for the formation of the Society is to enable members to share information, supplies, plants, fish and sometimes more importantly, help.
Eastern Iowa Aquarium Association
The Eastern Iowa Aquarium Association is an educational and social society of aquatic enthusiasts.
|Eastern Iowa Pond Society |
We are committed to providing a social atmosphere for members dedicated to sharing and learning the pleasures of water gardening. We are a non-profit organization. Membership in this association shall be open to any individual without regard to race, creed, national origin or gender, who shall agree to so associate and who shall tender membership dues as specified in governing document.
|Greater Iowa Reef Society |
|Iowa Aquaria Association |
We are a club providing the fishkeeping hobbyist an opportunity to find and exchange valuable information, ideas, and opinions in all aspects of interest in aquariums and fishkeeping. Hopefully, this club and site will grow, allowing both to help hobbyists flourish in the one thing that draws us all together, our addiction to fishkeeping! We encourage the new hobbist and experienced pro, and welcome any comments and suggestions about our club and our web site.
Heart of America Aquarium Society
The Heart of America Aquarium Society of Kansas City is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to aquarists and the aquarium hobby. This section contains club meeting times and places, our mission statement, contact information, and more.
|Koi Club of Kansas |
An active and friendly club for people who are interested in the study and enjoyment of Koi. Monthly meetings provide a variety of activities, including lectures, pond tours and Koi shows, as well as an opportunity to meet other enthusiasts. We can offer assistance in all phases of Koi keeping, From pond design to selecting, breeding, feeding and care of fish. In addition to monthly meetings we also publish an informative monthly newsletter
|Topeka Area Water Garden Society |
TAWGS is an active and friendly club for people who are interested in the study and enjoyment of water gardens. Monthly meetings provide a variety of of activities including lectures and pond tours as well as an opportunity to meet other pond enthusiasts. Formed in the Summer of 1998, TAWGS aims to encourage a greater appreciation and interest in water gardening, aquatic plants and animals. TAWGS goals also include disseminating information about water gardening and to stimulate the study and culture of water gardens.
|Wichita Aquarium Club |
The Wichita Aquarium Club was formed to share knowledge of keeping and maintaining marine & freshwater aquariums. It is home to the Greater Wichita Reef Society and is located in Wichita, KS and includes the greater metropolitan surrounding area.
Louisville Marine Aquarium Society
The mission of the Louisville Marine Aquarium Society is to provide a resource and focus for hobbyists in the Kentuckiana region who have interests in captive marine systems. We will increase public awareness of the importance and value of living coral reef ecosystems. By increasing the hobbyist’s level of understanding and depth of knowledge, we will help hobbyists become more successful in maintaining captive marine systems.
Louisiana Marine Aquarist Society
The LAMAS wants to help promote interest and success in all aspects of maintaining saltwater aquariums. We provide a venue for seasoned reefers to share tips and help those new to the hobby. If you’re in Ruston, Monroe, Shreveport, or anywhere in the surrounding areas we encourage you to join our society.
|Louisiana Reef Club |
|Southeast Louisiana Aquarium Society |
Capital Cichlid Association
The Capital Cichlid Association, Inc., located in Maryland, is a group of cichlid enthusiasts dedicated to the accumulation and distribution of information encompassing the family Cichlidae.
|Chesapeake Marine Aquarium Society |
CMAS strives to promote the hobby of marine fish and miniature reef keeping in the mid-Atlantic region by assembling as many interested hobbyists and experts in the field together in monthly meetings to discuss topics associated with maintaining a healthy captive marine environment.
|Southern Maryland Marine Aquarium Society |
The Southern Maryland Marine Aquarium Society (SMMAS) is a friendly gathering of folks from all walks of life that share an interest in Marine Aquariums. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or an expert, we welcome everyone. We have monthly meetings to exchange ideas, discuss current conditions in member’s tanks, share and trade corals, and plan field trips. Our goal is to educate ourselves as well as the general public about the saltwater aquarium hobby and to raise awareness of the delicate reefs we take care of, in and out of our aquariums.
Boston Aquarium Society
Founded in 1916, The Boston Aquarium Society is the longest, continuously running, and the 2nd oldest aquarium club in the world today.
|Boston Reefers Society |
Boston Reefers Society is committed to promoting interest in and enjoyment of all aspects of the marine aquarium hobby by educating the public on topics related to the biology, physiology, and chemistry of reef biotopes through the sponsorship of meetings, lectures, publications, websites, competitions, exhibits and other means. Providing a forum for sharing resources and information among local aquarium enthusiasts. Supporting research, education and conservation efforts aimed at improving marine and coral reef environments. Involving and educating young people about aquatic life and the aquarium hobby. Fostering camaraderie, friendship, and appreciation of aquatic life.
|Pioneer Valley Aquarium Society |
Welcome to the Pioneer Valley Aquarium Society. The club was originally founded in 1948 under the name of the The Tropical Fish Fanciers of New England. In 1952 the name was changed to the Pioneer Valley Aquarium Society. The name of our newsletter has also seen several name changes and is currently known as the Underwater News.
|The Pioneer Valley Water Garden and Koi Club |
Welcome to the Pioneer Valley Water Garden and Koi Club Web site. We’re a non-profit group with membership in Western Massachusetts and Northern Connecticut focused on creating beauty and peace in our own backyards by building and maintaining water gardens.
A water garden can take on many appearances. Some have fountains -- others have waterfalls or winding streams. All abound with plant life, fish, frogs, and attract backyard wildlife including butterflies and birds.
Our goal is to come together to share expertise, experiences, and a love of nature. The highlight of our year is the annual Pond Tour when members invite others to share a moment in their backyard paradise.
|Worcester Aquarium Society |
Capital Area Koi and Watergardening Club
Established in 1996, the club provides support and advice to members throughout the greater Lansing area who have a pond or water garden or who are thinking of installing one. Members just love having a water feature in their gardens; whether it contains plants or fish or both, it makes no difference.
|Grand Rapids Marine Aquarium Society |
GRMAS is a club dedicated to sharing knowledge among hobbyists interested in keeping marine aquariums.
|Grand Valley Aquarium Club |
The Grand Valley Aquarium Club, Inc. (GVAC) is a non-profit, non-commercial educational organization. We are based in the Grand Rapids, MI metropolitan area but have members from as far away as 120 miles.
|Greater Detroit Aquarium Society |
The object of The Greater Detroit Aquarium Society
is to further the study of all forms of aquatic life; to promote
interest, exchange ideas and distribute information concerning
the hobby; and to encourage the breeding and displaying of aquatic life.
|Marinelife Aquarium Society of Michigan |
|Michigan Aquatic Plant Group |
|Michigan Cichlid Association |
The MICHIGAN CICHLID ASSOCIATION, INC. is an organization with the following goals:
To further the study of Cichlids
To promote interest and exchange ideas
To distribute information concerning the hobby, including the display and breeding of Cichlids
|Michigan Guppy Breeders |
The Michigan Guppy Breeders are a group of people dedicated to raising and showing Fancy Guppies. We have members with all different levels of experience in this great hobby, and anyone is welcome to join.
|Michigan Killifish Association |
|Michigan Koi and Pond Clubs - SE Chapter |
|Motor City Aquarium Society |
A non-profit organization formed to further the study of all aquatic life, exchange information, and encourage the display and propagation of aquatic life forms.
|SouthWestern Michigan Aquarium Society |
The SouthWestern Michigan Aquarium Society is a non-profit organization whose objectives are the study, culture and exhibition of aquatic life; the encouragement of greater learning; the research of all forms of aquatic life; and the promotion and betterment of the aquarium hobby.
|The Aquarium Society of Ann Arbor |
The ASAA is made up of students and non-students interested in fishes and their husbandry, biology, and ecology.
|West Michigan Marine Aquarium Club |
An organized group of hobbyists dedicated to the ethical protection, preservation, and promotion of the world coral reefs and the marine aquarium hobby with the intention to promote these ideals through education and example.
Minnesota Aquarium Society
We are a club for the fishkeeping hobbyist in freshwater, brackish and marine. Most monthly meetings focus on a presentation by a speaker, some are nationally recognized experts. MAS tries to cater to all aspects of fish-keeping so our speakers cover the full range of topics from aquariums to ponds, freshwater to brackish to marine, tropical fish to natives, DIY projects, spawning fish, collecting wild fish, setting up a tank, disease control, plants, live fish foods, aquascaping, fish shows, and everything in between.
|Minnesota Killie Keepers Association |
The Minnesota Killie Keepers Association is a group of killifish enthusiasts bound together by a common interest in the hobby.
|Minnesota Killie Keepers Association |
The Minnesota Killie Keepers Association is a group of killifish enthusiasts bound together by a common interest in the hobby.
|Red River Valley Aquarium Club |
Serving the community of aquarists in the Red River Valley
|Twin-Cities Marine Aquarium Society |
The Twin Cities Marine Aquarium Society promotes fellowship and support among saltwater aquarists of all experience levels. We believe in conservation of coral reefs and encourage responsible husbandry, breeding and propagation among members. Through the exchange of knowledge and experiences we help each other become better, more responsible and successful enthusiasts.
|Upper Midwest Koi Club |
We are a non profit organization created to promote, educate and support the hobby of Koi keeping in the Upper Midwest. Though our members are primarily located in the greater Minneapolis area, members are welcome to join and attend meetings from any state. Dakotas, Iowa & Wisconsin hobbyists are always welcome. Our club is an AKCA (Associated Koi Clubs of America) affiliated club.
Gulf Coast Pond Society
We meet monthly at different water gardens and discuss a variety of topics - fish care, landscaping, plants, design, and much more.
Missouri Aquarium Society
Our members range from the inexperienced beginner to the advanced aquarist, and new members are always welcome.
|Saint Louis Area Killifish Association |
Saint Louis Missouri
|Springfield Watergarden Society |
The Springfield Watergarden Society is a group of pond enthusiasts dedicated to the promotion of water gardening and fish keeping in Southwest Missouri. Our membership is varied and includes long time pond owners as well as beginners, professionals, people planning their first pond, and people who just love gardening.
|St. Louis Water Gardening Society |
St. Louis Missouri
The members of the St. Louis Water Gardening Society, (established July 1990), invite you to join our active organization. Water gardening is a relaxing, but challenging, hobby which can bring beauty, satisfaction, and fun into your life.
Las Vegas Betta Society
Las Vegas Nevada
This is a society for betta fans and hobbyists in the Las Vegas area to gather and share their love of these beautiful fish. The LVBS is a great way for betta fanciers to meet and exchange with other people in the hobby, as well as grow in their own enjoyment of the betta hobby. We are a nonprofit organization, and wish to provide a fun and friendly atmosphere to all betta lovers. We encourage the teaching of proper care of Betta species, and proper breeding of Betta species, as well as the conservation and genetic health of Betta species.
|Las Vegas Koi Club |
Las Vegas Nevada
|Las Vegas Marine and Reef Aquarium Society |
This is the attempt to convince the Aquarium Industry and educate the hobbyist and for everyone to raise their standards, by saving their pennies and do things right the first time rather than jumping in, finding a website telling you how to maintain a reef on your allocated “cheap” budget and buying cheap parts seen and read on the internet and or by their local aquarium stores referred to as “LFS”. I’m not referring to those who want to convert a glass tank into a sump or building any other of their own equipment but those who insist on under powering their circulation, lighting, skimming and low water quality and forgoing the quarantine tanks that can’t understand why they have problems. Here in Las Vegas, the LFS are substandard and provide little (quality) education to their clients at best and as a tourist, not worth your time or your visit.
|Sierra Koi Club |
To provide a warm, social and caring atmosphere to our members in the greater Reno, Sparks, Carson City area. Our goal is to share experiences , knowledge and resources for the growth of the koi hobby.
New Hampshire Aquarium Society
Jersey Shore Aquarium Society
JSAS is a New Jersey Non-Profit organization whose purpose is to further the interest in the hobby and to increase the knowledge of all hobbyists in the habits, breeding, care, and environment of freshwater and salt-water fish, invertebrates, amphibians, reptiles, and ponds. JSAS will document and exchange ideas relative to its interest for the benefit of all hobbyists.
|Metropolitan Area Killifish Association |
MAKA, an affiliate club of the American Killifish Association, is one of the oldest specialty aquarium associations in the United States. Organized in 1970, the club’s active members include such well-known aquarists as Rosario LaCorte (Secretary), Lenny Mackowiak (President and former AKA New & Rare Species Committee Chairman) and George Slusarczuk (former editor of the AKA Journal.)
|New Jersey Aquatic Gardeners Club |
The New Jersey Aquatic Gardener’s Club is a group of New Jersey aquarists who’s interest in the aquarium hobby has been refined to include the growth of aquatic plants. This is not a fish club, instead the focus of the group is on the growth, propagation and use of aquatic plants to create a natural and beautiful landscape in the aquarium.
|South Jersey Guppy Group |
The South Jersey Guppy Group is an organization of approximately 50 members who have many years of experience in maintaining, breeding, and producing show winning guppies.
|South Jersey Tropical Fish Association |
Welcome to the South Jersey Tropical Fish Association, where fish-keeping hobbyists and professionals of all ages meet to promote and learn more about the care, culture and breeding of all forms of tropical fish.
|The North Jersey Aquarium Society |
New Jersey 201-460-1700
The North Jersey Aquarium Society is one of the largest and oldest running aquarium clubs in North America. Since 1953, NJAS has provided a friendly outlet for the exchange of aquarium ideas and inventory, and to recognize the accomplishments of local hobbyists.
New Mexico Ocean Keepers
Allegheny River Valley Aquarium Society
We are a not for profit organization that promotes the education,the development and the preservation of the fish keeping hobby.
ARVAS was founded in 1979
|Brooklyn Aquarium Society |
The BAS is a friendly, family oriented, nonprofit organization which welcomes hobbyists who want to learn more about aquaria keeping, and want to share their expertise with others. The Society is multi faceted, with interests; from marine fish and reef keeping to freshwater tropical fish to goldfish.
|Central New York Aquarium Society |
The Central New York Aquarium Society is a non-profit educational organization. Our goals are to further the study of all forms of aquatic life, to promote interest, exchange ideas and distribute information concerning the hobby, to encourage breeding and displaying of aquatic life.
|Danbury Area Aquarium Society |
|East Coast Guppy Association |
|Greater City Aquarium Society |
Queens New York
A TROPICAL FISH HOBBY GROUP SINCE 1922.
|Koi and Water Garden Society of Central New York |
Syracuse New York
The purpose of the Koi and Water Garden Society of Central New York is to promote, create, and enlarge the hobby of keeping, breeding, appreciating, and exhibiting Koi and pond fish, as well as encouraging a greater appreciation of and interest in aquatic plants and ornamental water gardening. The club is based in Syracuse, NY and has members from four counties in CNY.
|Long Island Aquarium Society |
The Long Island Aquarium Society, Inc. (LIAS) is the oldest organization devoted to Tropical Fish in the Long Island area. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of aquatic life, with the goals of promoting interest, exchanging ideas, and encouraging the breeding and showing of fish.
|Long Island Killifish Association |
Long Island New York
|Long Island Reef Association |
Long Island New York
Long Island Reef Association, Inc. (LIRA) is a 501C-3 non profit educational organization comprised of marine aquarium hobbyists from all over Long Island.
LIRA promotes interest in and enjoyment of all aspects of the marine aquarium hobby.Through exchanging information with one another, we share our collective knowledge on the care and propagation of these fragile ocean animals, while reducing the demand for wild caught specimens and providing an educational platform to promote the beauty and fragility of the worlds natural coral reefs.
|Nassau County Aquarium Society |
The Nassau County Aquarium Society is a not-for-profit educational organization to promote the tropical fish hobby. Each month, hobbyists get together to discuss their fish and exchange ideas. Each meeting has a guest speaker or slide program, a mini-auction, and a raffle. There is a bowl show for club members as well as a breeders award program. A monthly publication is sent to our members with articles written by our members and reprints from other society newsletters.
|Niagra Frontier Killifish Association |
NFKA is an affiliate club of the American Killifish Association, based in Buffalo, NY, and serving the Niagara Frontier area.
|Niagra Frontier Koi and Pond Club |
The NFKPC exists for the purposes of:
· Learning about Koi and Koi ponds.
· Learning about plants and Water Gardens.
· To promote the hobbies of Koi keeping and Water Gardening.
· Provide a forum for Koi and Water Garden enthusiasts to get together, have a good time and share their knowledge.
|Tropical Fish Club of Erie County |
We are an aquarium club for the tropical fish hobbyist. The Tropical Fish Club of Erie County welcomes all skill levels from beginner to advanced. Come join us!
|Upstate New York Killifish Association |
Asheville Marine Aquarium Society
A non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the coral reefs and educating aquarists in marine aquarium husbandry.
|Carolina Aquatic Plant Enthusiasts |
The Carolina Aquatic Plant Enthusiasts comprises of hobbyists (mostly in North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park region) interested in the keeping of aquatic plants. We formed this group in the spring of 2002.
|Charlotte Area Aquarists Society |
Charlotte North Carolina
|Marine Aquarium Society of the Carolinas |
Our group exists to help reduce wild importation by educating reef keepers in the methods of captive propagation in corals. We trade corals, stories, insight, help, and methods in order to promote the hobby and increase awareness of methods for husbandry that work in a real setting.
|North Carolina Koi and Watergarden Society |
|Piedmont Koi and Watergarden Society |
to promote, create and enlarge the hobby of keeping, breeding, appreciating and exhibiting Koi
|Raleigh Aquarium Society |
The purpose of the Raleigh Aquarium Society is to increase the enjoyment and general knowledge of the aquarium hobby for both novices and experienced hobbyists. Society activities include presentations, field trips, sharing information, trading fish and plants, observation of fishes and aquatic life in aquaria and in their native habitat.
|Reef Aquarium Society of Charlotte |
Charlotte North Carolina
Our mission as a local club is first and foremost to promote interest in and enjoyment of all aspects of the marine aquarium hobby and foster camaraderie and friendships of like-minded hobbyists. We work to educate the public on topics related to the biology, physiology, and chemistry of reef biotopes through the sponsorship of meetings, lectures, publications, websites, competitions, exhibits and other means. We provide a public forum for sharing resources and information among local aquarium enthusiasts to maximize growth, foster breeding and minimize loss of marine life. We support research, education and conservation efforts aimed at improving marine and coral reef environments. And we strive to involve and educate young people about aquatic life and the marine aquarium hobby.
Ashtabula County Aquarium Club
The ASHCO Aquarium Club is an organization formed(Feb.1969) to provide a common meeting place where people who are interested in the hobby of raising, breeding, or exhibiting tropical fish can congregate and exchange information and experiences in a congenial atmosphere; furthermore to promote the development of the hobby by a program of lectures, films, Actions, competitions and similar activities. Regular meetings are held the second Saturday of each month (other than conflicting dates) at the Austinburg Township Hall, route 307, Austinburg, Ohio at 7:30pm.
|Cleveland Aquarium Society |
We are a group of aquarium hobbyists, (beginners to breeders), all meeting to share the hobby and learn from one another. From our beginnings in 1923, we have organized a non-profit community club. In 1954 we helped establish the former Cleveland Aquarium.
As one of the oldest societies in the country, our goal is to encourage and educate hobbyists in aquarium animal keeping.
|Cleveland Saltwater Enthusiasts Association |
The Cleveland Saltwater Enthusiasts Association (C-SEA) is a non-profit educational organization to promote the art and science of marine aquarology.
|Columbus Area Fish Enthusiasts |
CAFÉ is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and enjoyment of the aquarium hobby. CAFÉ hosts a number of events and meetings throughout the year sure to interest novice and veteran aquarists alike.
More information on who we are and what we do is available here on the site, and of course, don’t forget to visit our Forum if you have more questions, need advice, or just want to chat with fellow hobbyists.
|Great Lakes Cichlid Society |
Great Lakes Cichlid Society is a nonprofit organization, chartered in the State of Ohio. We are dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of information relating to the biology of fishes the the family Cichlidae with a particular emphasis on maintenance and breeding in the aquarium.
|Greater Cincinnati Aquarium Society |
We are a non-profit organization based in Cincinnati, Ohio that is dedicated to promoting the interests of the aquarium hobby.
|Greater Cincinnati Killifish Association |
This affiliated Killifish Club is organized for the purpose of learning about killifish, their management, maintenance and breeding. The club draws its members from Ohio as far north as the Dayton and Columbus areas, from the Metropolitan Cincinnati area, and from as far south as central Kentucky.
|Greater Cincinnati Water Garden Society |
Our meetings are about socializing, sharing our water garden knowledge and usually have a guest speaker on various water gardening topics.
|Guppy Associates of Greater Cleveland |
GAGC is designed to educate and discuss different aspects of the guppy in the fish hobby.
|Miami Valley Water Garden Society |
The Miami Valley Water Garden Society is a non-profit organization serving the greater Dayton, Ohio area founded to promote the hobby of water gardening and outdoor fish keeping, and to educate others about the same.
|Northern Ohio Killifish Association |
|Ohio Valley Aquarists |
Ohio Valley Aquarists is a place for people wanting to meet and communicate with others that share the same interests... namely freshwater flora and fauna . Uniting hobbyists across Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia.
|South-East Cleveland Pond Club |
Do you have a small or large pond in your yard and would like to learn more or share information from other ponders? Are you a novice, planning to build or install water gardens as part of your business? Join our water garden club in the South-East Cleveland area and talk to others, learn more, share your knowledge.
|Stark County Aqua Life Enthusiasts Society |
The Stark County Aqua Life Enthusiasts Society is a nonprofit organization. Our purpose is to promote the keeping, study, breeding, and exhibition of aquarium fish, outside pool fish, and related aquatic life.
|The Greater Akron Aquarium Society |
We are a group of aquatic enthusiasts in the Akron, Ohio area. Formed in 1952, the Greater Akron Aquarium Society is a non-profit, non-commercial organization. Our membership ranges from the beginning hobbyist to the advanced aquarists with many years experience. The goals of our club are to promote the care, study, breeding, and exhibition of aquarium fish and related aquatic life and to promote interest in the aquarium hobby.
|The Lorain County Aquarium Society |
The Lorain County Aquarium Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and enjoying the aquarium hobby in all its aspects.
|The Medina County Aquarium Society |
|The Ohio Cichlid Association |
The OCA is an organization dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of information relating to all aspects of the biology of cichlids and related aquatic life. Our purpose is to promote the interest, keeping, study, breeding, and the educational exhibition of Cichlids. Additionally, the exchange of ideas, meeting new people, and distribution of information concerning Cichlids is of primary interest.
|Toledo Reef Aquarium Club |
|United States Marine Aquarium Society |
Founded by several hobbyists February 2006 in Union, Ohio. We are dedicated to responsible aquarium care with intention to promote these ideals through education, example, and frag trading.
|Youngstown Area Tropical Fish Society |
Central Oklahoma Marine Aquarium Society
The Central Oklahoma Marine Aquarium Society (COMAS) is an organization composed of marine enthusiasts dedicated to educating and helping fellow reef and marine fish enthusiasts across the state. COMAS was started in 2000 and has grown from its original 6 members to over 100 current members. We have members whose interests cover all the possibilities of marine aquaria. We have specialists in Nano tanks, Large Tanks, Soft Coral and Hard Coral, Fish Only and species only tanks, such as Seahorses. We also have members who have interests in the propagation of corals and the breeding of marine fish, such as Clown fish and Bangaii Cardinals.
|Green Country Water Garden Society |
The Green Country Water Garden Society (GCWGS) was founded as a non-profit affiliate of the Tulsa Garden Center in May 1991. The objective of the Society is to promote interest, appreciation and enjoyment of ponds and their wildlife throughout northeast Oklahoma.
|Oklahoma Aquarium Association |
The Oklahoma Aquarium Association is a general aquarium hobbyist group. Our members maintain fresh, brackish and marine aquariums. All persons interested in the hobby are welcome, from the novice to the advanced fishkeeper. Our members have kept and spawned many species in their aquaria.
|Oklahoma Aquarium Club (TOKAC) |
The Oklahoma Aquarium Club’s goal is to foster a friendly environment where hobbyists can exchange ideas and learn from one another about the many aspects of our hobby. We have many experienced members who keep freshwater, saltwater and reef aquariums, and planted tanks. Our members are eager to share their experiences with other enthusiasts at our monthly meetings and at our online community. So, stop by and say hi!
|Oklahoma Koi Society |
|Oklahoma Marine Aquarium Society |
The Oklahoma Marine Aquarium Society (OMAS) exists to support the extraordinary marine ecosystems that its members have committed to nurture and cherish. This extends the scope of OMAS from the smallest nano acquarium to the reefs of the world.
|Tulsa Koi Society |
The Tulsa Koi Society is a member of the AKCA, Associated Koi Clubs of America. The AKCA is a non profit organization created to promote, the hobby of keeping, breeding, appreciating and exhibiting Koi.
Greater Portland Aquarium Society
|Northwest Koi and Goldfish Club |
Our By-Laws are written in formal language that states we will help the hobby of
"keeping, breeding, appreciating and exhibiting Koi and Goldfish"
|Oregon Koi and Watergarden Society |
To promote, encourage, and educate concerning the activity of keeping breeding, appreciating and exhibiting Koi and aquatic plants.
To disseminate information about the above-referenced purposes to the members and the public at large, and to conduct activities conductive to learning about Koi and aquatic plants and the keeping thereof.
To acquire and own such property which supports the purpose of the club.
Aquarium Club of Lancaster County
We are a non-profit organization devoted to the advancement of the aquarium hobby in South Central Pennsylvania.
The philosophy of the club is to provide areas of interest to the beginner as well as the advanced hobbyist.
|Bucks County Aqurium Society |
The Bucks County Aquarium Society was founded in 1988 by local aquarists in Bucks County, Pennsylvania interested in promoting, educating and sharing any and all experiences in the aquarium hobby. We have worked towards achieving this goal by providing members and friends with an organized monthly meeting where all can exchange ideas and learn from knowledgeable guest speakers. This is done in a friendly and Informal atmosphere which encourages sharing of tips and experiences that we all have had.
|Delaware County Aquarium Society |
Ridley Park Pennsylvania
The Delaware County Aquarium Society is incorporated under the Nonprofit Corporation Law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the following purposes:
To educate the general public in, and promote a better understanding of, all forms of underwater life and their habitat, both natural and artificial.
To advance the avocation of the care, culture, keeping and propagation of all forms of underwater life and their habitat, both natural and artificial.
To promote the husbandry of all forms of underwater life and their appropriate habitat, both natural and artificial.
And further, to engage in ancillary activities, lawful for a not for profit corporation, designed or intended to further its ability to pursue these stated purposes.
|Greater Pittsburgh Aquarium Society, Inc. |
|Mid-Atlantic Cichlid Keepers |
The Mid-Atlantic Cichlid Keepers is a group of amateur Aquarists whose main interest is the breeding, raising, and management of cichlids. Our members do not limit themselves only to these fish but our meetings and speakers are focused mostly on the topic of cichlids.
|Philadelphia Area Betta Society |
If you want to learn about how to keep and spawn bettas, how genetics
influence the color of the offspring, discuss techniques for photographing fish, as well
as how to access betta literature, PABS is a great way to do so. To meet Betta breeders
or those who share your passion for bettas, check us out.
|Philadelphia Area Reef Club |
|Pittsburgh Area Killifish Association |
|Pittsburgh Area Planted Aquarium Society |
For the advancement and enjoyment of aquatic gardening in the aquarium hobby.
|Pittsburgh Marine Aquarium Society, Inc. |
Tropical Fish Society of Rhode Island
The Tropical Fish Society of Rhode Island is a non-profit organization composed of local aquarists and fish breeders whose objectives are to increase the knowledge of aquarium keeping as a non-profit service to aquarists everywhere. And to encourage the breeding, raising and showing of ornamental and naturally occurring fishes among all those interested.... Our meetings are free and open to the general public. Please join us!!
Charleston Showa Koi Club
The Charleston Showa Koi Club is a group of hobbyists who keep Koi Carp, located in and around Charleston, SC. The club holds meetings every month and organizes many events for its members. The club is also a valuable support network for its members, providing health advice, a Library of Koi related material and equipment.
|Columbia Marine Aquarium Club |
Columbia South Carolina
The Columbia Marine Aquarium Club (CMAC) is a registered Nonprofit Incorporation based out of Columbia, South Carolina. Our goal is to bring an outlet for the trading of captive-raised coral frags, an outpost for the trading of used marine aquarium equipment and dry goods, and a source for reef-related conversation to the Midlands of South Carolina and surrounding areas. At CMAC, we promote the purchase of net-caught livestock and other techniques that do not leave scars on the reefs of our blue planet. With that in mind, it is our goal to help create a more self-sustaining hobby for reef aquarists in all stages of the hobby - beginners, pros, and even those in all stages of the marine aquarium industry.
|Myrtle Beach Reefers |
Myrtle Beach South Carolina
Our organization exists to provide a meetingplace for local reef tank hobbyists in Horry and Georgetown county to meet, exchange information and coral fragments. Joining us is free. If your interested in becoming a member, log into our forum and introduce yourself. Spread the word, we need members!
|South Carolina Koi and Water Garden Society |
Our goal is to promote the hobby of keeping and breeding Koi and pond fish, as well as encouraging an interest in aquatic plants and water gardening.
Sioux Falls Area Aquarium Society
We are a group of hobbyists who get together to make friendships with other hobbyists, share our experiences, educate and get educated on proper aquarium husbandry techniques, learn how to aquaculture our own corals, do frag swaps, do tours of our tanks and behind the scenes tours of public aquariums, and most importantly, have fun. In the future we would like to bring in some of the big names in the hobby to speak such as Julian Sprung, Eric Borneman, Sanjay Joshi, Anthony Calfo, Bob Fenner, and many others. This club is for ALL aquarium hobbyists, including freshwater and saltwater.
Chattanooga Reef Club
|East Tennessee Koi Club |
|East Tennessee Reef Club |
|Great Smoky Mountains Koi Club |
The Great Smoky Mountains Koi Club and Pond Society is dedicated to promote and enlarge the hobby of keeping, breeding, appreciating and exhibiting carp, a fresh water fish also known as Koi, Nishikigoi or Japanese fancy colored carp. To Disseminate information about the hobby to the membership of the association and to the public. To engage in educational social activities related to the hobby and to acquire and own such property as may be necessary for any or all of the foregoing purposes. To pursue any other purposes which are not in violation of the United States Constitution or state law that, from time to time, shall be agreed to by the membership.
|Koi Club of Middle Tennessee |
The Koi Club of Middle Tennessee is a non-profit organization formed in May 2003 to promote, create and enlarge the fascinating hobby of “Nishikigoi”. We are the first true Koi club in the State. Our membership ranges from novice to advanced Koi keepers, from commercial members who build ponds, to those who supply pond equipment and offer quality domestic and imported Koi. This diversity is an asset to our membership.
Our goal is to provide opportunities for members to improve their skills in “the science of Koi keeping”, where we share the pride of good Koi husbandry and the joy of sharing our experiences.
|Middle Tennessee Reef Club |
|Montgomery County Watergarden Society |
The Montgomery County Watergarden Society was founded in 1999 and has grown to over 100 members. Dedicated to the further education and enjoyment of ponds and water gardening in the Clarksville, Montgomery County areas of Tennessee.
|Nashville Pond Society |
|West Tennessee Marine and Reef Aquarium Club |
We are a group of devoted marine aquarium hobbyists in West Tennessee, Northern Mississippi, and Eastern Arkansas. Our goal is to further our understanding of the inhabitants we keep in our home aquariums. We meet monthly, on the third Saturday of the month, to share ideas and knowledge. We hope that you will join us.
Amarillo Koi Society
We promote quality koi keeping through shared experiences and education.
|Austin Pond Society |
The Austin Pond Society is dedicated to the promotion of water gardening. Water Gardens provide necessary habitat for many species of beneficial insects and reptiles.
|Austin Reef Club |
|Betta Habari |
|Brazos Valley Aquarium Society |
Dedicated to the promotion of the aquarium hobby and aquarists with meetings, competitions, public exhibitions and communication... The public is invited to attend all functions for programs, fish talk, and just plain good times!
|Captial Aquarium Society of Texas |
The primary purposes of the society are:
to promote interest in the freshwater aquarium hobby;
to provide a forum for the exchange of information among aquarium hobbyists;
to promote a higher educational level of the aquarium hobby to the membership and public at large;
to increase knowledge of environmental concerns related to the hobby and means of affecting those concerns;
to recognize the accomplishments of local hobbyists and the promotion of good fellowship among the members by organized activities and competitions.
|Dallas Killifish Association |
|Dallas-Ft. Worth Aquatic Plant Club |
The DFW Aquatic Plant Club is an organization comprised of individuals with an interest in the propagation of aquatic plants. Experience levels within our club range from the novice to the advanced hobbyist. Our membership is not confined to the geographical area of Dallas-Fort Worth. We have active participating members from all across Texas and the United States. We are hobbyists who are interested in naturally planted aquariums for the benefit of the fauna, flora, and keeper of such aquariums.
|Dallas/Ft. Worth Marine Aquarium Society |
The Dallas/Fort Worth Marine Aquarium Society (DFWMAS)
Strives to initiate public interest in the marine aquarium hobby.
Educates hobbyists regarding the importance of the marine ecosystem.
Increases knowledge in the husbandry of the closed marine aquarium system.
Promotes captive propagation.
|Greater Texoma Water Garden Association |
We, The Greater Texoma Water Garden Association, seek the simple pleasures of life. We belive joy, happiness, and love are the essence of water gardening. We belive that sharing nature’s secrets of water gardening will enrich our lifes. In today’s world of stress and pressure, it is a good thing to have a place that gives us an oasis of quiet and calm. We pledge to try to make this world a more peaceful place, with clear water, beautiful plants, healthy koi, and the sound of water. That’s why we are here.
|Hill Country Cichlid Club |
Welcome to the Hill Country Cichlid Club. Serving the I-35 corridor including Austin, San Antonio, and the rest of the Texas Hill Country, we are a group of cichlid hobbyists that meet monthly to share our passion and promote all things related to the family cichlidae.
|Houston Aquarium Society |
The Houston Aquarium Society has been in existence for more than 50 years. We exist to promote the keeping of aquarium fishes and to help our members and others explore this wonderful world. The Houston Aquarium Society meets on the fourth Wednesday of every month at local fish stores or in other locations as announced. We also have other events throughout the year such as shows, auctions, field trips, and seminars. We publish a bi-monthly newsletter, The Fish Fancier, filled with informative articles and news about upcoming events and the hobby as a whole. We maintain a strong educational program with aquariums maintained in schools, nursing homes, and other beneficial locations throughout the community.
|Houston Livebearers Association |
The HLA was organized to promote and build the Livebearer fish keeping hobby, fun and friendship.
|Koi and Watergarden Club of North Texas |
Sharing pond information with Koi and Goldfish keepers and water gardeners
|Lone Star Koi Club |
The Lone Star ZNA Koi Club is the Houston, Texas affiliate of the Associated Koi Clubs of America and the All-Japan Koi Appreciation Society (ZNA). Our nonprofit organization meets monthly on Sunday afternoons at members’ homes and enjoys lectures, education, sharing of ideas, and friendship. In addition we hold clinics, shows, and tours. Please feel free to attend our meetings and join our club.
|Lubbock Reef Club |
Our goal is to help each other educate ourselves about our tanks, and to share tips and tricks on marine and reef keeping.
|Marine Aquarists Association of South Texas |
1. Encourage the growth of the marine aquarium hobby in South Texas;
2. Educate and inform members and the public about care, keeping and propagation of marine invertebrates and fish;
3. Prevent abuse to marine animals in general, and to conserve the marine environment by promoting intelligent, planned reef management systems;
4. Promote higher standards of health and care provided by local commercial outlets;
5. Organize workshops, seminars and discussions related to all aspects of the hobby;
6. Raise and generate funds and create financial resources to meet these goals; and
7. Coordinate with and support similar societies devoted to like-minded interests.
|Marine Aquarium and Reef Society of Houston |
MARSH is a group of individuals in the greater Houston area interested in the husbandry of marine ornamentals and saltwater aquariums.
To exchange information within the group to share cumulative experiences and to ensure successful husbandry of our members’ aquaria;
To participate in education within the club through speakers, Internet presence, outreach, newsletters, and interaction with the trade;
To promote captive propagation and breeding; and
To promote conservation both within and without the hobby.
|North Texas Water Garden Society |
The North Texas Water Garden Society is a nonprofit organization that was formed to encourage a greater appreciation and interest in water gardens. The NTWGS also promotes the study and culture of aquatic plants, fish and ponds.
|Southwest Koi and Pond Association |
Southwest Koi and Pond Association (SKAPA) is a non-profit educational organization that promotes the hobbies of ponds and water gardening. Our goal is to advance the appreciation and exhibition of ponds, koi, goldfish and aquatic life.
|Texas Area Betta Society |
The Texas Area Betta Society (TABS) was founded in April 1998 by a group of betta enthusiasts in Texas to promote bettas (also known as Siamese fighting fish) in Texas and surrounding states. It was recognized as a chapter of the International Betta Congress (IBC) in June 1998.
|Texas Area Killifish Organization |
TAKO (Texas Area Killifish Organization) is an affiliate of the American Killifish Association. TAKO groups are currently located in Dallas and Houston. Meetings are held monthly. TAKO holds an annual Killifish show and auction in July. Our membership reaches across Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. New members are always welcome. There is no membership fee for TAKO. TAKO is financially supported through the annual auction and the TAKO Exchange (auction of fish and items at the meetings).
|Texas Association of Pond Societies |
|Texas Cichlid Association |
Texas Cichlid Association (TCA) is a non-profit group of hobbyists dedicated to furthering the aquarium hobby and promoting the practice of keeping cichlids by the dissemination of information.
|Texas Koi and Goldfish Society |
A fun place to learn about your backyard pond, fish, and water plants.
|The Dallas Koi Kichi Group |
The Dallas Koi Kichi Group (DKK) is a non-profit educational organization focused on Nishikigoi, also known as Koi. The Japanese term “Kichi” means madness or crazy and defines our passion for the subject of koi.
|Waco Pond Society |
WPS was established in March of 1998. Since that time, we have encouraged folks in Central Texas to join in the fun and pleasure derived from Water Gardening! Our goal is share with other water gardening enthusiast, knowledge, plants, fish, tips and to have a good time!
|Water Garden Club of South Texas |
Great Salt Lake Aquarium Society
|Nature Aquarium Club of Utah |
The Nature Aquarium Club of Utah’s purpose is to create and support a Utah based community focused on aquatic flora and aqua-design while enhancing access to plant species, supplies and knowledge.
|Rocky Mountain Guppy Associates |
Welcome to the Rocky Mountain Guppy Associates website. We are associated with the International Fancy Guppy Association which promotes the breeding and competitive showing of the Fancy Guppy. The RMGA represents Guppy hobbyists for the Northwest region of the United States.
|Salt Lake Koi Club |
The Salt Lake Koi Club is a friendly, fun loving group dedicated to all aspects of the care and appreciation of koi. The Salt Lake Koi Club is affiliated with the AKCA (Associated Koi Clubs of America).
|Utah Water Garden Club |
Welcome to the Utah Water Garden Club, a non-profit organization dedicated to the hobby of water gardening.
|Wasatch Marine Aquarium Society |
The Wasatch Marine Aquarium Society (WMAS) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the support of the hobby of marine aquarium keeping. We believe in conservation of coral reefs by promoting captive breeding and propagation of marine creatures and developing natural marine environments for our specimens. We promote responsibility and education of marine hobbyists. We have a monthly meeting featuring guest speakers, events, raffles, and fun . We also feature a periodic newsletter call the Sea Star with informative articles about the marine aquarium hobby.
Black River Aquarium Society
|Tropical Fish Club of Burlington |
The Tropical Fish Club of Burlington is a non-profit group of people who share common interests related to raising and breeding fish in captivity. The purposes of the TFCB, according to the club constitution, are:
To exchange ideas about aquarium life.
To increase and disseminate the knowledge of aquarium keeping as a
non-profit service to aquarists everywhere.
To encourage the breeding, raising, and showing of tropical, marine
and native fish.
To encourage the preservation of our tropical, marine and native
Hampton Roads Reef Club
Hampton Roads Virginia
The Hampton Roads Reef Club was founded in the Spring of 2004 by people with a common passion for marine and reef aquaria.
|Potomac Valley Aquarium Society |
The Potomac Valley Aquarium Society is a not-profit educational and social organization. The society was founded in 1960 for the purpose of furthering the aquarium hobby by the dissemination of information and advice, and the promotion of good fellowship among the members by organized activities and competitions.
|Tidewater Reefers Society |
Greater Seattle Aquarium Society
The Greater Seattle Aquarium Society is a non profit corporation, organized under the laws of the State of Washington. The primary purposes of the society are to promote interest in the aquarium hobby, and to provide a forum for the exchange of information among aquarium hobbyists.
|Inland Empire Water Garden and Koi Society |
The Inland Empire Water Garden & Koi Society was established to promote the hobby of water gardening, the keeping of ornamental fish, to disseminate information about the above to the membership, to engage in the educational and social activities related to our purposes, and to develop an inventory that will augment and support our vision.
|Inland Northwest Aquarium Society |
In the early summer of 2006 the Inland Northwest Aquarium Society was formed by a group of Tropical Fish enthusiasts in Spokane, Washington to serve the hobbists in the Inland Empire. The Society is a group of Aquarium owners with both Salt Water and fresh water hobbists.
|Kitsap Aquarium Society |
The purpose of this society shall be diffusion of knowledge, development of interests, & more participation in the breeding, displaying, & enjoyment of tropical fish, marine life, plants, herps, & all aquatic life.
|Mid Columbia Koi Club |
Our Organization is based in the Tri-Cities Area (Benton City, West Richland, Richland, Pasco, Kennewick, Prosser, Walla Walla, Grandview and surrounding areas) of Southeastern Washington State.
|Olympic Koi, Goldfish and Water Garden Club |
The Olympic Koi, Goldfish & Water Garden Club is a Port Orchard, Kitsap County, WA. area club established in 1987 to promote and enlarge the hobby of keeping, breeding, appreciating, and exhibiting Koi fish. We also disseminate information to the membership, other clubs and the general public and assist beginners to become successful Koi keepers.
|Puget Sound Aquarium Society |
Our club is committed to the preservation of the world’s reefs while at the same time maintaining a sustainable hobby. We feel that this is possible through the education of our members on animal husbandry, as well as strongly encouraging coral propagation and aqua culturing of reef animals in the home. This hobby/passion has progressed to the point where, amazingly enough, many of our members have tanks that are literally filled with corals that have never been in the ocean. All were “farmed” by aqua culture facilities, or in most cases propagated by fellow hobbyists in the area.
|Puget Sound Killifish Association |
Puget Sound Killies is a group of aquarium hobbyists, located in and around the Greater Seattle Area of the Puget Sound, who keep killifish.
|Spokane Reef Society |
Our goal is to provide the best possible environment for the creatures in our care by learning as a group. Each month we meet to discuss topics relevant to the reef keeping hobby.
|Washington Koi and Water Garden Society |
|Yakima Valley Aquarium Club |
We are a relatively new club striving to provide a place for local aquarists to help each other further the hobby of fishkeeping. We have members that are interested in virtually every aspect of the hobby. There is no cost for membership, so please join us for meetings.
Greater Washington Aquatic Plants Association
The Greater Washington Aquatic Plant Association is a place for those interested in aquatic plants to gather together to exchange information, plants, and just spend some time having fun with fellow aquatic plant enthusiasts.
|Washington D.C. Area Marine Aquarium Society |
The Washington D.C. Area Marine Aquarist Society, Inc. (WAMAS) is a non profit educational society dedicated to the husbandry of marine life in a captive environment. Through exchanging information with one another, we share our collective knowledge on the care and propagation of these wonderful ocean animals, while reducing the demand for wild caught specimens and providing an educational platform to promote the beauty and fragility of the worlds coral reef ecosystems. The society is committed to promoting interest in and enjoyment of all aspects of the marine aquarium hobby by educating the public on the creation and maintenance of a marine ecosystem. Our society provides resources to the saltwater aquarium enthusiasts in the Washington D.C., Virginia, and Maryland area by sponsoring meetings, educational seminars, lectures, online discussions, publications, websites, exhibits, and other means, as a social avenue to connect with other local hobbyists in the area. We support education and conservation efforts aimed at improving marine and coral reef environments.
Central Wisconsin Aquarium Society
The Central Wisconsin Aquarium Society is dedicated to providing information to beginning aquarium hobbyists, increasing public awareness of aquatic ecology, and promoting the fish-keeping hobby.
|Guppy Associates of Milwaukee |
GUPPY ASSOCIATES of MILWAUKEE Charter:
Dedicated to the Advancement of the Genetic Breeding of Fancy Guppies.
|Madison Aquarium Gardeners Club |
If you’re interested in freshwater planted aquaria and reside in Madison, Wisconsin or surrounding areas, how about showing up at next meeting of the Madison Aquarium Gardeners Club?
|Milwaukee Aquarium Society |
The Milwaukee Aquarium Society is an organization devoted to the hobby of tropical fish, both freshwater and saltwater. Its membership consist of hobbyist gaining expertise in all phases of raising and breeding tropical fish as well as area retailers. Our memberships expertise covers a wide range, from beginners to expert breeders, but its members are interested in promoting the hobby and encouraging others to join in the fun.
|The Green Bay Aquarium Society |
The Green Bay Aquarium Society is a Non-Profit, Educational Organization Open to the Public.
|Wisconsin Area Killifish Organization |
|Wisconsin Reef Society |
We are a group of marine reef aquarium enthusiasts who got to know each other through our passion of the captive reef keeping hobby.