The summer is over and the days are getting cooler. Is it time to pack away Bite-Lite's Natural Mosquito Repellent Candles for the season? Annapolis, MD, Department of Health officials are saying it’s unusual for the mosquito population to be so heavy at this time of year. The cooler temperatures and fewer daylight hours usually kill off insects. However, the soggy days of late summer and early fall have spawned a thirsty, swarming mosquito population. “We have several large broods of mosquitoes developing this time of year, when we’d normally expect [the mosquitoes] to be in decline.”
This means that despite the cooler temperatures, you need to protect yourself from mosquito bites. This news was also true this week in Massachusetts when the MA Department of Health announced week that mosquitoes with the West Nile virus had been identified in and around the Marblehead area.
When you go outside, take caution. Light up Bite-Lite Mosquito Repellent Candles, available at local Retailers and on our Products page.
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