Red Tide Update:

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July 26, 2021 – Update

Conditions on the beach have been improving over the last three days. We are seeing less and less dead fish near the beach, and the breathing irritation has decreased.  The water color has cleared up and looks fantastic.

We are hopeful that the red tide bloom that is near the county, continues to head north. Hopefully we are at the tail end of this red tide season.

July 20, 2021 – Update

The conditions have deteriorated quickly here on the beach. We have had a lot of dead fish washing up over the last three days. The bloom that was sitting off shore has moved onto the beach here.

 

July 17, 2021 – Update

The conditions are about the same as last week on the beach. We have seen a few dead fish and the water color has remained fairly clear.  We have not seen the large fish kills like in years past.  However, there are reports that the red tide bloom is just off shore. We are hopeful that it will stay off the beach.

 

July 9, 2021 – Update

Tropical storm Elsa has pushed the red tide back to us.  We have all started noticing irritation when breathing, and a small amount of dead fish are washing up on shore.

June 30, 2021 – Update

Conditions seem to be back to normal. The beach is clear, we have notice all the fish and dolphins returning.

June 18, 2021 – Update

This morning we saw dolphins swimming by the hotel for the first time in over a week.  Conditions are continuing to improve.  The water color has cleared up and the smell has improved as well.

 

June 17, 2021 – Update

The situation has been improving over the last couple days. The red tide bloom that was causing some trouble this past week has been forecast to slowly move north towards Clearwater.  Pinellas county is out cleaning up the small amount of dead fish that remain on the beach. We are optimistic that the situation will continue to improve.

June 15, 2021 – Update

We have started to see dead fish washing up on shore over the last three days. We have also noticed a change in the water color.  We are experiencing some irritation from the red tide allergens.