Sanibel Red Tide

These posts relate to red tide on Sanibel Island

Sanibel Island and Red Tide October 2018

Filed in Sanibel Red Tide, Uncategorized by on October 21, 2018

Sanibel Island and Red Tide October 2018 Well for anyone that has cancelled their reservations for 2018-2019 season due to red tide I really hope you can get back the same room and view when you call to re book your resort.  Since Hurricane Michael went through it took the red tide with it!  Sanibel […]

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Sanibel real talk on beach conditions

Filed in Sanibel Red Tide, Uncategorized by on September 2, 2018

Ok so here is the story as of today.  After checking all the different beaches each day this week there is some good to go with the bad.  The bad is, yes, we still have red tide around.  Now for the good.  Some of the beaches have no traces of it.  The biggest problem is […]

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Sanibel recovering

Filed in Sanibel Red Tide, Uncategorized by on August 10, 2018

Sanibel recovering The City of Sanibel is doing a great job of trying and make the best of a bad situation.  Crews have been out removing all the dead fish from the beaches daily.  This post is to show that, even through a tough situation, Sanibel is still a beautiful island.  These images and video […]

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Red Tide Lingers on Sanibel

Filed in Sanibel Red Tide, Uncategorized by on August 1, 2018

Red Tide Lingers on Sanibel   Red tide lingers around the island with watery eyes, caughing, and runny noses.  The dead sea life is really piled up and the city just hired crews to try and remove it from the beaches as it is starting to really stink.  More fish will still be washing ashore […]

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Red Tide

Filed in Sanibel Red Tide, Uncategorized by on July 26, 2018

Red Tide has hit Sanibel.  Recently some dead fish started to wash in along Sanibel’s beaches.  Hopefully this weekends winds will blow it back further from shore.  A few days ago a Whale shark even washed ashore dead and the tissue samples contained the organism for red tide so they figure that must be what […]

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