Tampa, Florida 2021-06-23 21:29:04 –
Dunedin, Florida. -—The latest red tide report shows the mottled flowers of red tide organisms. Karenia Brevis, It remains on the Florida Gulf coast.
Fish kills suspected of being associated with red tide have been reported in the Pasco, Pineras, and Hillsboro counties. Respiratory irritation has been reported in Pinellas and Sarasota counties over the past week.
ABC Action News visited Honeymoon Island State Park on Wednesday night. The entrance to the park informed guests of dead fish along the beach. The coastline was clearly visible when we visited the beach.
A spokesperson for Pinellas County said the county cleaned the beaches of Dunedin Causeway on Wednesday.
The Fred Howard Park sign also informed visitors about the fish kills and the presence of red tides. Visitors shared a photo of the Dead Sea that they found around 7am on Wednesday.
ABC Action News did not see dead fish in the park around 6 pm Wednesday. Visitors said they saw the crew get rid of dead fish early on Wednesday.
“A lot of catfish, and as I said, I saw a 90-pound Indo-Pacific, at least five feet long, floating,” said David Ibrand.
Haley Biz is visiting from North Carolina. She said the air smelled strange, but she didn’t see any dead fish on her honeymoon island. “It smells a little funky, but it still looks beautiful,” says Vizz.
See below for the latest information on beach conditions. https://www.visitstpeteclearwater.com/current-beach-conditions
FWC will release the latest information on Wednesday and Friday. https://myfwc.com/research/redtide/statewide/
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