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Balancing Biodiversity for a Healthy Planet.
Balancing Biodiversity for a Healthy Planet.

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Today’s Google Doodle celebrates the 110th birthday of Mary G. Ross, the first American Indian female engineer, whose major... Read more: http://ow.ly/952i30ll4Y2 #GoogleDoodle
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“This is the last place in the world where we can grow citrus without HLB, lets keep it that way.” http://ow.ly/5wiN50i8E3I
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Join the local community at Campbell Park for a Community Creek Clean Up August 18th from 8:45 AM to 11:00 AM. This event is free and open to everyone. RSVP today! http://ow.ly/4tjY50i7vCd
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If you are a resident of Santa Clara County be sure to report any dead birds. These samples help track West Nile Virus activity in the mosquito and bird populations and ultimately help prevent this disease from infecting people. http://ow.ly/ea6i50i56jB
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West Nile Virus mosquitoes confirmed positive in South Bay http://ow.ly/dNcU50i55Ij
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A thousand thanks! We are truly grateful that you, our customers, have allowed us the opportunity to continue to serve you. We appreciate your business and look forward to partnering with you again soon. - The Pestec Team #PeopleLoveUsOnYelp!
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I was on a hike at Hellyer Park in San Jose in April and happened to walk through a few areas where the vegetation was overflowing. After my hike I did a scan of my clothes and body and didn't find any ticks. When I got home I washed and dried all my clothes. When I pulled my socks out of the dryer I found these dead ticks on my socks!

Make sure you always inspect your clothing and body for ticks after you are in area that could be infested with ticks.
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Quick video tutorial on proper tick removal from the NPMA https://youtu.be/QyP40spVkdM
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California residents who plan to spend time outdoors in tick-infested areas this summer should check out the UC IPM notes on tick identification, prevention, and tick removal. http://ow.ly/mmSa50hQZea
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"People get Lyme disease when a tick infected with the Lyme disease bacterium attaches and feeds on them." Learn the signs and symptoms of this disease: https://www.cdph.ca.gov/Programs/CID/DCDC/Pages/LymeDisease.aspx
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