Tag Archive: red tide

When Will the Red Tide End?

This is a question I have been asked several times in the last week. As most of you know the red tide that has been occurring off the panhandle the last few months is still around. Dead fish were reported on Pensacola Beach again the weekend of Dec 12-13 and a few people said they …

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Red Tide Continues… Water Quality Update – Nov 13, 2015

FDEP did not post any data this week and ECHD only posted Bayou Texar, of the three bayous we are monitoring. ECHD did rate Bayou Texar as POOR indicating that the bacteria levels are at least 104 colonies/ml of water. A Health Advisory has been issued.   FWC continues to monitor for red tide and …

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It’s Happening… Red Tide

Many coastal Panhandlers woke up this week to the sight and smell of dead fish. Thousands of them washed ashore from Panama City to Pensacola. This mass die off included a variety of species including whiting, sheepshead, hake, cusk eels, and even lionfish; there were also reports of dead bass from the Dune Lakes in …

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