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Tick Prevention

Lyme disease is prevalent in the Hudson-Mohawk region, and some other tick-borne illnesses are becoming increasingly common. Birders should take precautions against the deer tick, the vector of the diseases.

The New York State Department of Health's page on Lyme Disease describes how to reduce your risk of tick bites, how to remove a tick, and much more about the disease. Scroll down for information on several less-common tick-borne illnesses that occur in our area.

The CDC's Lyme Disease page. This web site has a public information guide provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, including a down-loadable brochure.

The American Lyme Disease Foundation provides pictures of ticks, information on how to remove a tick, available educational materials, and more.




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