Residents of Brookeville, MD have the honor of living in what was the “United States Capital for a day” during the War of 1812, thanks to British troops burning Washington D.C 205 years ago. So we give Brookeville the honor […]Read More
Residents in Maryland are being urged to check their back yards for potential breeding grounds for mosquitoes. Prince George County has seen a significant rise in these pests due to high level rainfall, meaning Health Officials want to ensure everyone […]Read More
Everywhere seems to be noticing a higher population of mosquitoes this season. In particular Maryland is experiencing three times the amount of these disease spreading pests than it has in previous years. Here’s an article with some more information.
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When was the last time you went into your back yard and cleared any standing water? There doesn’t even need to be a substantial amount of rainfall for water to collect in even the tiniest of spaces, even something as […]Read More
We’ve been talking a lot lately about the impact the freezing weather is having on the mosquito population. The low temperatures may lead us to think that mosquitoes will reduce in number, however, these resilient little creatures can survive the […]Read More
Would you trust an old wives’ tale when it comes to protecting yourself from mosquitoes and the diseases they spread? The sad thing is that many of us do, and therefore don’t take the proper precautions when looking for ways […]Read More
Research at the University of Maryland has stumbled upon a mosquito killing fungus that has been genetically engineered with toxins from spiders and scorpions. Able to “kill mosquitoes with a single spore” this could be a very big breakthrough in the […]Read More
It’s high school graduation season just around the corner and schools in Montgomery County, MD are preparing to celebrate the successes of their students. Some schools are planning to live stream the ceremonies for those that are unable to attend.
As we emerge from what is considered to be a reasonably mild winter and pleasantly embrace the months of spring, there are other creatures on this planet enjoying the same change in climate. Due to the normally colder months, not […]Read More