Is West Nile a problem in your area?
West Nile is a growing issue in this country. Our yard has been invaded by mosquitoes in swarms this summer and I am very concerned over West Nile virus.
Not really here in the UK as I've never even heard of it!
Well that is a good thing! It is a terrible virus caused by mosquitoes that affects both humans and animals.
Yes it is here in Northern California. We have numerous communities getting sprayed every few days and we see them all of the time at our house.
We haven't had too many illnesses from humans but we do hear about areas with dead birds.
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