Report Algae Blooms and Fish Kills Step 1 of 4 25% Your Name First Last optionalYour Email Address optionalLocation of Incident*Please select locationAnchor InnBailey Tract: Ani PondBailey Tract: Mangrove PondBailey Tract: Smith LakeBailey's CenterBeach Road VillasBright WaterBy the SeaCasa Ybel ResortChateau Sur MerChateaux Sur Mer BayouCity HallCommunity ParkDinkins LakeEast Rocks: Coquina DriveEast Rocks: Durion CourtGulf PinesGulf Pines: Sanibel Slough Gage StationGulf ShoresGulfside City Park: Bike PathGulfside City Park: Mangrove PondGumbo Limbo: East LakeGumbo Limbo: West LakeHerons LandingKearns: North PondKearns: South PondLake MurexLighthouse Point CondominiumLittle Lake MurexLong Acre LakeOceans Reach CondonimumsOlde Sanibel ShoppesPalm LakePanama CanalPeriwinkle Park: Duck PondPeriwinkle PinesPeriwinkle PlacePeriwnkle Partners PropertiesPerwinkle Park: RV PondPoinciana CirclePoint SantoPond Apple Park Shipley Trail – Conservation LandsPond Apple Park: Reuse PondRest-a-ShoreRoadside City ParkSand PointeSanibel Bayous Restoration Lake East – Conservation LandsSanibel Bayous Restoration Lake WestSanibel Bayous: Buck Key RoadSanibel Bayous: Ladyfinger Lake RoadSanibel Bayous: Wild Lime DriveSanibel CottagesSanibel HamletSanibel Island Golf Course (or Beachview): Sanibel SloughSanibel Island Golf Course: Reclaimed Water PondSanibel Lake EstatesSanibel River EstatesSanibel WoodlandsSCCF: Devitt PondSCCF: Hass PondSCCF: Venus DriveSea OatsSeagull Estates: East LakeSeagull Estates: West LakeSundial East CondominiumThe Dunes: Horseshoe LakeThe Dunes: Lake 4The Dunes: Lake 5The Dunes: Lake 9The Sanctuary: Lake 4The Sanctuary: Lake 7Tradewinds: North LakeTradewinds: South LakeTwin Ponds (or Ranchoe Way)West RocksWhisperwoodWindrowWulfert LakeDate of Incident Time : HH MM AM PM Date of most recent rainfall Sky Conditions Clear Sunny Partly Cloudy Cloudy Overcast What type of incident are you reporting? Algae Bloom Fish Kill Both Algae BloomDescribe the color of the bloomDoes the water look like any of the descriptions below? (select all that apply) Bubbling scum on surface of the water Hairy, silky strands on rocks, plants, or water Green dots/clumps on or in the water Green streaks on the water surface Pea soup appearance within the water Spilled paint appearance on the surface of the water (red, green, blue-green, white) Chocolate milk like appearance Brown scum or streaks Other (please specify) Please use this gallery to help visualize the descriptionsPlease specifyApproximately what percentage of the lake does the bloom occupy? (choose one)< 20%21-40%41-60%61-80%81-100%Which sections of the lake does the bloom occupy (select all that apply) North East South West Northeast Southeast Northwest Southwest Describe the location of the bloom in the waterbodye.g. center of the lake, along the shoreline, etc.Does the bloom have an odor?YesNochoose onePlease describee.g. septic, rotten eggs, fishy, etc. Fish KillApproximately how many fish have been affected?To help you identify each fish species, please view this gallery.Fish Species AffectedSpeciesMin Size (inches)Max Size (inches) Add more by clicking the plus signFish Symptoms/Conditions Dead Dying Gills flared Lesions Gulping air at water surface Swimming erratically Discoloration Equilibrium loss Eyes sunken in Eyes bulging Bloated Emaciated Decomposing Spasms, convulsions Lethargy Hemorrhaging Spine curved Select all that applyClassify the pattern on lossAll fish died in a short period (1-2 days)Fish died over a period of one weekFish have been slowly dying over a period of > 10 days(select one)Are fish still dying?YesNoAre any other organisms within the ecosystem dying or dead? Additional InformationHave you observed anything out of the ordinary in the recent days, weeks, or months?Have you observed any recent activities that may have contributed to an algae bloom or fish kill? (e.g. fertilizing near the lake, sprinkler head spraying directly in the waterbody, vegetation removal)Is there any further information you would like to provide?Please upload pictures related to the event here: Drop files here or May the City access the waterbody from your property? If so, please provide your address here:CAPTCHA This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.