Common wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets can pose serious risk to New England residents in spring and summer months. Reveling in warmer weather can be quickly tapered by an influx of stinging insects that threaten the livelihood of outdoor enjoyment. Unlike bees that sting once and then meet their untimely demise, wasps can sting a…

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Ticks are out in full force already. The warmer weather and thawed soil in March and April has resulted in an uptick (no pun intended) of infestation from heavily wooded hiking trails to children’s soccer fields. Ticks are of particular concern for New England residents. They feed off the blood of people, pets, and animals….

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