1. Possible Lyme disease case in San Juan County  Islands' Weekly
  2. Tick season has arrived in Saskatchewan  CBC.ca
  3. Warm weather bringing back risk of ticks  BlackburnNews.com
  4. Did the frigid winter take a toll on ticks? Probably not  Bemidji Pioneer
  5. Gardening season means tick season  Newnan Times-Herald
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Your Local News Network serving London, Windsor, Chatham, Sarnia and Midwestern OntarioTick bites can be a problem for the next few months for anyone in wooded or grassy areas.

BlackburnNews.com - Warm weather bringing back risk of ticks

As Saskatchewanians welcome the warming spring temperatures, health officials say it's time to start taking precautions against a less-than-welcome sign of spring: ticks.As Saskatchewanians welcome the warming spring temperatures, health officials say it's time to start taking precautions against a less-than-welcome sign of spring: ticks.

Tick season has begun in earnest this weekend.Tick season has begun in earnest this weekend.

Tick Season In Full Force This Weekend - DiscoverMooseJaw.com

BEMIDJI—Sometimes, a particularly harsh winter will put a dent in Minnesota's deer tick population. Think of it as nature's way of rewarding humanity after a long, cold winter. Only deer ticks transmit Lyme disease.This winter was pretty rough. But was it bad enough to kill off the ticks?The short...

Did the frigid winter take a toll on ticks? Probably not | Bemidji Pioneer

“Acute Lyme, Chronic Lyme, Babesia, Bartonella—a simple tick bite can wreak havoc and cause one or more of these infections. In honor of #LymeDiseaseAwarenessMonth, it's time for a little Lyme 101: https://t.co/SiOBgMz2zL”

Kris_Carr on Twitter: "Acute Lyme, Chronic Lyme, Babesia, Bartonella—a simple tick bite can wreak havoc and cause one or more of these infections. In honor of #LymeDiseaseAwarenessMonth, it's time for a little Lyme 101: https://t.co/SiOBgMz2zL"

“Last spring: 35 black legged ticks found in #Toronto parks & 12 tested positive for bacteria that causes #LymeDisease . Last fall: 72 ticks found & 24 tested positive. Protect yourself, your kids and dogs when going for walks in forests and parks #LymeDiseaseAwarenessMonth https://t.co/mdx52Rcudw”

Jee-Yun Lee on Twitter: "Last spring: 35 black legged ticks found in #Toronto parks & 12 tested positive for bacteria that causes #LymeDisease . Last fall: 72 ticks found & 24 tested positive. Protect yourself, your kids and dogs when going for walks in forests and parks #LymeDiseaseAwarenessMonth… https://t.co/BUcHIVw0Um"

“Preventing diseases, improving Torontonians health, and saving healthcare costs. Today, Toronto Public Health is in action in Morningside Park in Scarborough as part of our tick and Lyme Disease prevention program. @TOPublicHealth”

Joe Cressy on Twitter: "Preventing diseases, improving Torontonians health, and saving healthcare costs. Today, Toronto Public Health is in action in Morningside Park in Scarborough as part of our tick and Lyme Disease prevention program. @TOPublicHealth… https://t.co/ckQhnKCHgI"

“A black-legged tick, a potential carrier of Lyme Disease,is found in Morningside Park by staff with Toronto Public Health. #TOpoli #onpoli”

Antonella Artuso on Twitter: "A black-legged tick, a potential carrier of Lyme Disease,is found in Morningside Park by staff with Toronto Public Health. #TOpoli #onpoli… https://t.co/eNxxiFIpqA"

The weather is warm, gardeners are itching to get outside – and ticks are lying in wait.

Gardening season means tick season - The Newnan Times-Herald

Numbers have increased dramatically in the past decade Numbers have increased dramatically in the past decade

How to avoid blood sucking ticks that are set to take over your garden this summer - Liverpool Echo