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Ticks Cause Moose Decline

When we hear about the decline in population of natures well loved animals, it’s a sad topic for discussion. When we hear that the reason for the decline is partially down to those little disease spreading arachnids called ticks, we […]

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Lyme Disease – Tick Statistics Rising

It’s easy to think that should you be unfortunate enough to be bitten by a tick, the chances of it being infected with Lyme disease or some other tick borne virus may be relatively slim. However, some scary statistics have […]

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Ticks and Dinosaurs

We all love a good movie blockbuster, especially when it comes to big monsters, aliens or dinosaurs, which is why scientists are becoming excited by the discovery of a 99 million year old tick grasping the feather of a dinosaur. […]

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Is Your Christmas Tree Tick Free?

Each year, thousands of Christmas trees enter into our homes to add that little bit of magic and sparkle for the Holidays. However, bringing a little of the outside into our homes also comes with the risk that there may […]

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Protect Yourself Against Ticks. It’s Common Sense.

There’s a lot of information available when it comes to ticks, but how do we know what is fact and what is fiction? Here’s an article with just a few a few of the common truths when it comes to […]

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Exotic Tick Found In New Jersey

Wildlife Officials in New Jersey have become concerned about a rare tick, spotted in Hunterdon County. The tick, known as theĀ longhorned tick or bush tick is commonly associated with becoming a pest to deer and therefore resulting in concerns over […]

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Ticks Are Making Williamsburg VA Their Home

Residents in Williamsburg, VA need to be particularly on the lookout for ticks, as these disease spreading pests are taking a particular liking to the area.Ā  It’s not a ‘new thing’ as these critters have been around for some time, […]

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Ticks Are Joining Us For Thanksgiving!

Ticks are not just a cause for concern during the warmer months. As we experience a drop in temperature, these tiny, troublesome ticks are still hanging around and as Thanksgiving approaches, they may just stay around to join the celebrations […]

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Freezing Temperatures In Northern Virginia Can Still Mean Ticks In Winter

Halloween of 2017 has been and gone, and with it comes the discarding of our carefully carved pumpkins. The fun and excitement of creating a scary (or friendly) face into these giant fruit forms will have to wait another year. […]

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Tick Borne Disease on the Rise in the Fall

As the temperature starts to drop, many of us assume that the population of ticks will also start to decline. That we are less likely to be at risk from these disease spreading pests because the colder weather means there’s […]

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