Still, They Lurk!

While we get a respite from mosquitoes in the winter, Ixodes scapularis keeps on ticking. Black-legged ticks that transmit Lyme disease can be active year-round. Unseasonably warm temperatures, or what may well be the new seasonal weather patterns, are quite suitable...

But Where Do They Go In The Winter?

Container breeding mosquitoes are happy just about anywhere as long as they have a bit of water. This includes the Culex species that are the main vector for West Nile virus. Recent increased amounts of rain have brought out the flood pool mosquitoes. These species...

agriculture Workshop December 15, 2021

If you have HORSES, CATTLE, CHICKENS, or any other manure producing animal, or if you are interested in learning about the SPOTTED LANTERN FLY and PESTICIDE APPLICATION, the Lehigh and Northampton County Conservation Districts are hosting a joint agriculture workshop...