Montana Ticks! (Video Included)


HELENA – Out in the mountains, people spend a lot of time being on the lookout for big dangers like bears, mountain lions, and moose.

But there is something much smaller that people need to keep an eye out for too.

“It’s a really good time of the year for ticks,” said Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) Commutable Disease Epidemiologist Devon Cozart. “They start, kind of coming out and they are really hungry.

Getting "ticked" off in Montana

You can read the rest of the story here. by By: Andrew Curtis KPAX


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