Dead fish litter beach at Ala. pier, Fox 10 WALA, March 26, 2011:
Charles Kelley Gulf State Park spokesman:
"The thing is it's the same kind of fish its not a mixture of fish. It's a spayed [sic] fish... There's just too many of them dying and of the same species that's very unusual."
"The spayed fish eat the jelly fish and we normally don't have this many around until late summer but their all over, dead and we don't know why."
"I've never seen this before." [Kelly started working on the water in 1995]
Laura Pfizenmayer walks the beach in Gulf Shores every morning:
"When we came down we saw dead fish. They were everywhere. I mean you don't have to find them. You can turn around and see them. They were everywhere."
"Something is happening out here. It frightens me it frightens me as a resident. We finally got people on the beach and I don't want our sea life dying."
"I'm not an expert, I'm just a resident, a concerned resident and I'd like to know what's going on."