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It's Game Day

This time of year the chill is in the air and the buzz about football can be heard. It doesn’t seem to matter if its rocket football up through high school the buzz is around. 131 more words

Chesapeake to ramp up efforts to fight mosquitoes after recent rain

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) — Rain and flooding has made thousands of acres of potential mosquito breeding ground throughout Chesapeake.

Mosquitoes breed in standing water. If there are containers in your yard left and you don’t empty them, large numbers of Asian tiger mosquitoes will begin to breed. 138 more words

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From Aedes to Zika: Why Mosquitoes Remain in the News

In the news seemingly since January of this year, the Zika virus continues to spread around the globe. The Zika virus initially appeared in Brazil in May of 2015 and has since affected more than 1 million people in over 30 countries. 617 more words

Mosquitoes Have Always Chartered a Course of Destruction

Mosquitoes are the most significant & dangerous vector of disease in history and responsible for more human deaths than any other animal. In recent years, the insect’s profile has significantly increased due to Encephalitis outbreaks, West Nile Virus concerns, and now the Zika virus. 417 more words

September Song: Wildlife Wednesday, September 2016

Peeps, chirps, squeaks and squawks.  

The late summer garden is active with the  residents and visitors who define our gardens as living, diverse communities.  It’s the first Wednesday of the month–happy September!–and time to appreciate the wildlife which benefit from and contribute to the beauty and value of garden space.   1,985 more words

The Zika virus and Chester County

by Nathaniel Smith, The Times of Chester County, 9/1/16

Getting rid of standing water is more effective than spraying

News has come around lately that “Pennsylvania Is Now One Of The Top States With Zika Virus ” ( 289 more words

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