Homestead residents who live near the Air Reserve Base and the surrounding area shouldn’t be surprised if they see some low flying military aircraft over the next few days. They are sprayin’ for skeeters.
South Florida remains under attack from mosquitoes and Thursday night, Miami-Dade County will fire the next shot in the war against these pesky critters.
The Air Force is joining in the efforts to help control mosquito borne illnesses bugging South Florida.
Miami-Dade County has partnered with the Air Force Reserve to help reduce the infestation of mosquitoes in the area by aerial spraying.
It’s safe to say no one really likes mosquitoes, and the county receives dozens of calls to spray to get rid of them. But, one South Florida city wants the spraying to stop in hopes of saving an endangered bat.
Next time you’re having issues with mosquitoes the problem can be solved as easily as pulling out your smartphone.
South Florida is under attack from mosquitoes but Miami-Dade County is about to fire the next shot in the war against these pesky critters.
The Florida Department of Health confirmed the first case of locally acquired Chikungunya, one in Miami-Dade and the other in Palm Beach County.
The next time you’re going to be outside, whether it’s here or while on a trip, here’s another good reason to make sure you apply bug spray. State officials say the number of Florida travelers who contracted the mosquito-borne chikungunya virus since the beginning of the year has risen to 81.
Residents of Southwest Ranches who are getting tired of swatting at ‘skeeters are about to get some relief. The county’s Mosquito Control Section plans to spray spray for mosquitoes on Thursday, weather permitting, from 4 a.m. to 6:30 a.m.