A tick is unquestionably one creepy-crawly that will leave you scratching your head as to why it exists, however, ticks do serve a reasonably significant role within the ecosystems they reside. If you live in Tulsa or in the suburbs of Owasso, Broken Arrow or Sand Springs, you may have encountered ticks. Though all creatures on Earth are supposed to have a purpose, some seem to be here so they can be pictured in the dictionary beside the word “pest.” They are studied as disease vectors by scientists and provide a food source for many animals.

Generally speaking, ticks are blood-sucking parasites that carry and transmit a large number of diseases. If you have dogs that spend time inside, you are more likely to run into these tiny pests. Otherwise, if you are an active person who loves the outdoors, you may have picked up a tick while enjoying some time hiking, camping, or working in your yard. If you’d like to learn how to deal with any Tick infestations, learning their behavioral traits is an excellent way to start.

Ticks in the Tulsa area including:

  • American Dog Tick
  • Brown Dog Tick
  • Eutrombicula Alfreddugesi
  • Eutrombicula Splendens
  • Gulf Coast Tick
  • Lone Star Tick
  • Spinose Ear Tick
  • Winter Tick

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