You can help scientists monitor red tide in SWFL by reporting fish kills

With red tide blooming along the Southwest Florida coast, you may wonder if there is anything you can do to help, and it turns out you can. Currently, our coast is experiencing varying levels of red tide.  Yellow means low concentrations, orange is medium, and red is high. Many of the samples taken around Captiva island came back with medium concentrations. “So I think with red tide, there are several things that the public could help with number one, reporting fish kills, there’s a fish kill hotline, I think, helping to volunteer to collect samples when there’s gaps

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