2012 Mosquito Bytes Newsletters

The online Mosquito Bytes Newsletter is published monthly, and is chock-full of helpful information and feature stories pertaining to what the District does daily to protect public health, how residents can protect themselves from the insects and animals that can transmit disease, as well as preventative measures that can be taken to ensure the people of Contra Costa County live an enjoyable and healthy lifestyle.

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DECEMBER

NOVEMBER

OCTOBER

SEPTEMBER

Time to Say Farewell

The CSI of Rat and Mouse Control

Record-Setting WNV Season Finally Ends

Garden Leftovers Bring Rats, Mice, and Skunks

Rabies in Contra Costa County

Goats Fight in the War Against West Nile Virus

Could Contra Costa County Have the Next Hantavirus Outbreak?

Do You Have West Nile Virus?

AUGUST JULY JUNE MAY

2012: An Aggressive West Nile Virus Season

Wooden Swimming Pool Covers Bad for Public Health

Please Don't Destroy our Traps

District Honored with Two Awards for Video

West Nile Virus Makes an Early Seasonal Debut

Spring has Sprung - It's Yellowjacket Time

APRIL MARCH FEBRUARY JANUARY

Rash of Robberies Increases Risk of Mosquitoes

When Boats and Water Don't Mix

New Law Jeopardizes Public Health

No Issue

Entomologist Endures 15k Mosquito Bites for Science

Unwelcome Winter Guests

La Nina May be Responsible for Home Invasion of Vectors