To see where HABs have been spotted on Cayuga Lake:

Check out the following map provided by the Community Science Institute: 

http://www.communityscience.org/cayuga-lake-2018-harmful-algal-blooms-results/ 

Check out the DEC HABs Notification Page: 

https://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/83310.html

If you see a HAB, avoid and report it. Keep kids and pets away!

Quickly notify us at habshotline@gmail.com   

We need pictures of the bloom, location of bloom*, and date and time when pictures were taken.

*GPS coordinates are highly preferable but approximate address and nearby landmarks will also do 

A trained HABs Harrier will respond, and take a sample for analysis if needed. 

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