The 2023 season is here! We have added another two person crew to our team this year. We will be able to treat more sites and check on areas faster now. The crews are currently treating storm drains preparing for the coming ice melt. The picture below is frozen mosquito larvae and pupae in chunks of ice. They are still alive and are in diapause for cold temperatures. We are approaching 50 degrees during the daytime but 15 degrees at night is keeping them away for now. Once the nighttime temperature gets close to 50 degrees there will be mosquitoes flying around. We are currently pre treating many areas and making sure to not let that happen. There will always be a migration of adult mosquitoes to our area and you cannot blame them for wanting to be here in this beautiful area with a lot of water for their young.