We haven’t heard much about red tide lately, but it’s still out there. Here’s the latest on where red tide is still being found.
From the latest Red Tide Current Status map from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, here’s where they are still measuring higher levels of red tide.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission has a map on which you can find where red tide is found in its heaviest blooms. Karenia brevis is the algal bloom that is being found, and the Gulf Coast beaches and inlets in which high levels are being found are:
- Boca Grande Pier (Gasparilla Sound)
- Englewood Beach
- La Contessa Pier (Redington Beach)
Tested locations with medium levels having been found:
- Clearwater Pass
- Indian Rocks Beach
- Archibald Beach Park
- Johns Pass Park
- Pass-A-Grille Beach
The low levels being found are in the following locations:
- Mondongo Island; W of (Pine Island Sound)
- Gasparilla Pass
- 7th Avenue Pier (Pass-a-Grille Channel)
- Treasure Island Beach
- Clearwater Beach Pier 60
- Pine Island
- Centipede Bay
All other locations tested showed “not present/background” levels.
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