The Windsor Aquarium Society Breeders Award Program (BAP) and Horticultural Awards Program (HAP) promotes the captive breeding of Fish, Invertebrates and the successful propagation of Plant Species in the Windsor/Essex County Area.
This is not a competition but an exciting way to encourage Windsor Aquarium Society Members to breed Fish, Invertebrates and propagate Plants uncommon to the area and share that knowledge.
The end goal is successful distribution of Fish, Invertebrates and Plants around other Society Members and the Windsor/Essex County area.
Points are awarded for different classes, species and Levels can be obtained within the Society and CAOAC (Canadian Association Of Aquarium Clubs) . For full information on both BAP and HAP please see the accompanying panels to the right.
BAP (BREEDERS AWARD PROGRAM)
The Windsor Aquarium Society Breeders Award Program promotes the captive breeding of fish and invertebrates.
The Breeders Award Program is not a competition. It is an exciting way to encourage members to breed fish and invertebrates and to share that knowledge.
Each species spawned are worth points with the more difficult species awarded a higher point value.
For detailed information on how the BAP Point System works at the Windsor Aquarium Society, either go to the Forum to read the rules and regulations here, or download the files below in PDF format.
BAP RULES AND REGULATIONS
FILE FORMAT: PDF
BAP SUBMISSION FORM FILE FORMAT: PDF
HAP (HORTICULTURAL AWARD PROGRAM)
The Horticultural Award Program is designed to help promote the advancement of Aquatic Gardening in the Windsor/Essex County.
Specifically, to recognize the achievements of the members within the Windsor Aquarium Society in the field of growing and propagating Aquatic Plants. We also hope that this will help bring in new and rare species into this area.
For detailed information on how the HAP Point System works at the Windsor Aquarium Society, either go to the Forum to read the rules and regulations here, or download the files below in PDF format.