Mosquitos

West Nile Virus Found in Mosquito In Albany County
The City of Laramie has documented West Nile virus in a mosquito sample collected last week on the western edge of city limits. The positive sample was isolated in mosquitos collected from surveillances traps monitored by the City of Laramie Mosquito Control...
City of Laramie Rescheduled Arial Application Against Mosquitos
The City of Laramie has rescheduled the aerial application of Dibrom in the rural areas of the city to Tuesday, June 22, beginning at 8 pm. This application is targeted to control both nuisance and vector mosquitoes. The aerial application will be conducted during the evening hours to coordinate with the peak of mosquito activity...
Aerial Larvicide to Be Applied Outside of Laramie
The City of Laramie Mosquito Control has planned the aerial application of granular Bacillus thuringensis israelensis (Bti) for Thursday, May 27. A date of Friday, May 28 has been set if conditions do not allow for the application to take place on the original date This application of granular biological larvicide is targeted to control nuisance mosquito larvae in irrigated areas and floodwater, s
City of Laramie Begins Spraying for Mosquitos
The City of Laramie's Department of Parks & Recreation will begin applying the first aerial applications of Bacillus thuringensis israelensis (Bti) on the morning of Thursday, May 24th. The city says that this application of biological larvacide is targeted to control nuisance mosquito larvae in irrigated areas and floodwater southwest and northwest of Laramie.
Mosquito Fogging Suspended For Laramie
Laramie summers can be hit or miss when it comes to those pesky mosquitoes. In recent years West Nile Virus has caused some health concerns across the state. Mosquitoes are known to carry the virus which can cause health concerns and even death. Moisture levels this year in Laramie were very high and even caused flooding along the Laramie River. High moisture levels also meant a higher number of m
Laramie Mosquito Control Reports Increasing Number
Vector mosquito numbers are increasing at this time and Mosquito Control cautions citizens to use personal protection when working or recreating in the outdoors. Presently no cases of West Nile virus (WNv) have been confirmed in Albany County and the City of Laramie currently rates the risk of WNv infection at level 1 (Remote Risk).

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