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Be Safe From Mosquitoes On Your Camping Trip

Are you thinking of heading out for a spot of camping as the warmer weather arrives? Have you packed all your gear and ready to go and be at one with nature? Wherever you are in the world, if you’re planning on heading out into the wild for a spot of relaxation, make sure you are protected from mosquitoes. This article may be warning campers in Australia, but the same protective methods apply all over the globe.

Avoid nasty mosquito-borne diseases if camping or fishing

Simple steps to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes include avoiding being outside, unprotected, when mosquitoes are common at dawn and dusk. When outside, cover up as much as possible with light-coloured, loose-fitting clothing and covered footwear…

Whether or not you are the ‘outdoorsy’ type then you really should be making sure that you are safe from mosquitoes. Don’t be fooled into thinking they are not attracted to you enough to bite you because it’s just not worth the risk. These pests spread diseases and there are many things about us human beings that will appeal to their taste buds.

What are you doing to protect yourself? Have you shopped for mosquito supplies for your trip? Of course, it’s not just mosquitoes you should be aware of too. There are other tiny critters that you should be on the lookout for.

3 Common Camping Insects and how to Protect Yourself

As the weather begins to warm up, there’s a good chance that you’re thinking about heading out for your first summer camping trip of the year. Unfortunately for you, though, that warm weather that’s got you jonesing for a taste of the outdoors has a similar effect on all those pesky insects that bite sting, and generally just annoy you while camping. Luckily, we’ve taken the time to compile a list of the insects most commonly encountered while camping, and what you can do to keep them from ruining your next camping trip.

Now that you’re in the know as to what is outside your tent, all that is left for us to do here at Backyard Bug Patrol is to wish you a safe and enjoyable trip under the canvas.

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