Deadly West Nile Virus Facts
"Have You or Someone You Love
Been Bitten By a Mosquito?
What are the Chances They Could Be Infected
With West Nile Virus?"
The life cycle of the virus involves birds and mosquitos. As far as it's known, all birds are susceptible to the west nile virus. The crow species has been the hardest hit. Crow populations in some areas have been totally decimated!
The west nile virus lives in the blood of a bird and when bitten by a mosquito the west nile virus is trasferred to the mosquito as it is consuming it's dinner. When the mosquito visits and bites another bird, the virus is then trasferred to that bird.
Have you noticed that your local health department has a public awareness program out. They are asking anyone who finds a dead bird to report it. Do you know why?
Did you know that not all mosquitos carry the virus?
Do you know what time of day mosquitos are the most active?
Are you familiar with the life cycle of a moquito? Wonder where they live?
Have you been bitten by a mosquito this year?
Do you know the symtoms of West Nile Virus?
Have any idea of the relationship between horses and West Nile Virus?
Is there a cure or vaccination?
Is there any way to control mosquito's in your yard?
Are there any natural predators to moquitos?
Do mosquito sprays work?
Which spray is the best?
You'll find all the answers in the "West Nile Virus Guide"
What can You Do About West Nile Virus
The threat of West Nile Virus is very real. If you live in an area where mosquitos or birds are present, then there is a very real chance that West Nile Virus is there also. That's the bad news.
Here is the good news. You can arm yourself with the Wisdom needed to protect yourself and your loved ones from the dangerous West Nile Virus.
I wrote the "West Nile Virus Guide" just for that purpose. To give you the knowledge needed to make smart decisions, to protect yourself and your loved ones for being run down by this new threat!
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