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Reporting Coral Reef Incidents

Report coral reef damageHelp protect Miami-Dade County and Southeast Florida’s coral reefs.

If you see any possible damage to a coral reef, report it online with the Southeast Florida Action Network (SEAFAN) or call 866-770-7335.

Just report when, where and what was observed, including:

  • marine debris
  • vessel groundings and anchor damage
  • invasive species
  • harmful algal blooms
  • fish disease and fish kills
  • and more

SEAFAN, part of the Southeast Florida Coral Reef Initiative, is a voluntary, community-based reporting and response system to improve protection and management of Southeast Florida coral reefs.

Participants include divers, snorkelers, commercial and recreational fishermen, boaters, law enforcement, environmental professionals and more, from Miami-Dade to Martin County.

Southeast Florida’s reefs are responsible for:

  • more than 61,000 jobs
  • more than $5.7 billion of our local economy
  • providing habitat for 30% of our fisheries

For more information, call Miami-Dade County’s Reef Program at 305-372-6859.

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