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January Tick Fact

January Tick Fact

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During this cold, dark month most ticks lay dormant under leaf cover insulated by a blanket of snow, though be prepared to encounter the threat anytime temperatures rise to 4 degrees C or above.

November Tick Fact

November Tick Fact

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Still active, ticks may still be seeking their final pre-winter blood meal.  Abrupt blasts of frigid temperatures may kill unprotected ticks, but the majority make it through the season with relative ease as gradual snow accumulation provides an added layer of insulation.

December Tick Fact

December Tick Fact

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The depths of winter may provide us with the greatest break from this menace, though any time temperatures rise to just 4 degrees C or above, ticks will re-emerge as well.

Ticks and Canadian Winters

Ticks and Canadian Winters

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With all the talk of weather bombs and polar vortices, it’s easy to assume the subzer...

The Bear and the Tick

The Bear and the Tick

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The Question:  Which is scarier, the bear or the tick?  Before you answer here are two stories that start out the same, but end very differently.

Tick Population Explosion

Tick Population Explosion

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Tick Population Explosion Does it seem to you like ticks are suddenly everywhere? Why...

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