What Killed Them? Thousands Of Exotic Fish Die In Several South Florida Residential PondsWildlife and environmental officials are investigating exactly just what killed thousands of koi and other exotic fish in several residential ponds in a South Florida neighborhood last month.
Scientists: Lack Of Oxygen Levels Lead To Massive Fish Kill In Biscayne BayFlorida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission scientists have concluded that low dissolved oxygen levels were spurred by high temperatures and heavy rainfall which are common during the summer months.
Florida Senate Moves Forward With Red Tide ResearchSenate panel moved forward Tuesday with a proposal that would direct $3 million a year to a red-tide research initiative.
Red Tide Nearly Gone From Florida WatersRed tide seems to be easing up on Florida waters.
32K Pounds Of Dead Fish Removed From Naples BayTens of thousands of pounds of dead fish were removed from a bay in southwest Florida.
Attention Fishermen: New Rules On Snook, Redfish Due To Red Tide Officials have decided to change fishing rules for snook and redfish through 2019 due to widespread toxic red tide algae in the Gulf of Mexico.
Red Tide Kills Thousands Of Fish, Marine Life Along Florida's Southwest CoastLarge numbers of fish, turtles and other marine life are getting sick and dying along Florida’s Southwest coast where there are high concentrations of toxic red tide algae.
Dead Fish Wash Ashore On Florida Beach Hundreds, if not thousands, of dead fish washed ashore Monday morning on Satellite Beach, just north of Melbourne beach.
Concern Over Dead Fish Popping Up In DadeA mystery in a northeast Miami-Dade after dead fish popped up in a canal and lake in the Sun Swept Isles neighborhood of Highland Lakes, off Ives Dairy Road.
Plantation Resident: Workers Dumped Substance In Canal, Killing FishA Plantation resident is blaming a pool company for polluting a canal behind his home and killing dozens of fish.
Red Tide Inching Up SW Florida CoastlineBeachside city officials from Sanibel Island to Sarasota are keeping an eye on a red tide which is creeping up the southwest Florida coastline.