DATE POSTED: April 14, 2021
Imagine the stage of your upcoming Connecticut summer: warm, fun, and relaxing. However, if you plan to spend any time outside having fun in the sun, you will certainly not be alone. If you hear a thin, whiny buzz, feel a light touch on your skin, and experience the rising agony of a histamine reaction, you will likely be facing off against the state’s least popular and most prevalent backyard…
DATE POSTED: September 11, 2020
If you were to take a guess, how much of your blood do you think mosquitoes have taken from you over the years? A pint? A quart? A few gallons? Your guess should deviate depending on how much time you spend outdoors and how quickly you are able to eliminate mosquitoes after they land on you.
DATE POSTED: July 22, 2020
There’s nothing like waking up on the first day of summer with nothing on your to-do list. You walk out on to your porch and feel the warm ocean breeze in the fresh morning air. It’s the beginning of summer in Southern Maine, and there’s nothing like it. But then you feel a mosquito biting you. And all of a sudden, going back inside is sounding better and better.
While people commonly…
DATE POSTED: June 26, 2020
There are not many things in this world that are more annoying than the persistent whiny hum of mosquitoes - unless it’s the itch they leave behind when they bite. Everyone knows this sound and the uncanny way mosquitoes seem to be able to zero in on a target and then disappear just before being swatted.
DATE POSTED: May 19, 2020
Reemerging from their winter slumbers as if on cue, these hideous blood-sucking beasts are no actors – and they have no intention of waiting for a curtain call.
DATE POSTED: September 5, 2019
Football season has arrived in Worcester, but that doesn’t mean you can let your guard down when it comes to mosquitos. Populations might be dwindling, but these insects will continue to be active through October. That means that all the time you want to spend enjoying a beautiful New England autumn, you may be dealing with mosquitoes.