Friday, May 14, 2010

Live report about Florida beaches in one click everywhere you are, here.


Copy and paste or click here: http://www.mote.org/index.php?src=gendocs&ref=beach%20conditions%20reports&category=Main

As of May 10, 2010, there have been no reports of oil on any of Florida's beaches.

The Beach Conditions Report™ covers 33 beaches along Florida's Gulf Coast from the Panhandle south to Collier County. Reports, provided by specially trained observers, are updated twice daily at 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. 365 days a year. Each report is time stamped so that the public knows when it was last updated.
Reports are provided by lifeguards, parks personnel and beach patrol officers who use PDAs to upload information directly to the web via special interface designed by Mote. Click here for the Reports or to sign up to receive reports about particular beaches via e-mail. You may also call 941-BEACHES to listen to Reports over the phone.

Florida beaches included in the Beach Conditions Report™ are:

Escambia County: Pensacola Beach

Okaloosa County: Fort Walton Beach, Henderson Beach State Park and Destin Beach

Gulf County: St. Joseph Peninsula State Park, both Gulfside and Bayside

Franklin County: St. George Island State Park, both Bayside and Gulfside

Pinellas County: Caladesi Island, Fort DeSoto Park

Manatee County: Manatee Beach, Coquina Beach

Sarasota County: Lido Key, Siesta Key, Nokomis, Venice North Jetty, Venice Beach, Manasota Beach

Lee County: Bowditch Point Park, Lynn Hall Beach Park, Lovers Key State Park, Bonita Beach, Tarpon Bay Beach, Lighthouse Point, Newton Park and Little Estero Island/Holiday Inn

Collier County: Barefoot Beach, Vanderbilt Beach, Seagate Beach, Lowdermilk Park, Naples Pier, Tigertail Beach, South Marco Beach

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