TICK CONTROL ALERT FOR CORBIN CITY, NJ:
Corbin City, home to the Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area, is the least populous city in New Jersey. It is stretched over multiple county areas and the Pinelands National Reserve (the nation’s first National Reserve).
Its classification as a United States Biosphere Reserve is for a reason: with over a million acres of unique ecology, there is much more green than there are houses and roads.
While the rural, historic personality of Corbin City is charming, the vast possibilities of disease-carrying ticks are not. Protected wildlife within arms reach can easily transport Lyme’s disease to a Corbin City resident’s backyard, or home.
Tick Control in Corbin City, 08270
- Risk Factor: Ixodes Scapularis ticks carrying b. burgdorferi (Lyme disease) and babesia microti (bebesiosis) bacterium.
- Additional Risks: The handful of residents within Corbin County are at a higher risk of tick bites due to proximity to the natural area covering many, many acres. All those nearby are in danger of tick bites from potentially infected ticks within the perimeter.