Break out the face nets, the black flies are here.
Black flies swarm over the North East from May to mid-June. They breed in fast flowing water. Like the mosquito, it is the female that bites, but since the males swarm around the females, they can be a bigger nuisance. Any exposed skin or openings in clothes or your ears or your nose...all are potential fresh meat for the hungry female. After the bite, bleeding may continue for a while. Read more...
Camps on the Market!
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WEEDS & CATERPILLARS
The Sylvia Lake Association has entered into an agreement with Adirondack Ecologists, LLC, President, Steve LaMere. Adirondack Ecologists will study and assess our milfoil problem and make recommendations for abatement actions. The Board agreed to pay Adirondack Ecologists LLC $925. for the cost of the survey, procurement of water samples and analysis of the samples. Visit Adirondack Ecologists, LLC. website to learn more. Steve LaMere reported to the Spring SLA meeting on his findings. Stay tuned...more on milfoil to come.