Four Poster Tick Management Program May Come to East Hampton Town - 27 East

Four Poster Tick Management Program May Come to East Hampton Town

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author on Feb 24, 2015
In the on-gong battle against the prolific tick population on the East End, the East Hampton Deer and Tick Management Foundation is moving forward with a four poster deer feeding... more

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