Alaska’s state bird may be the mosquito, but we’ve rarely been bothered by ticks. With all of the wildlife you can expect to find in this state, the tick hasn’t been one we’ve had to watch out for just yet! Unfortunately that may begin to change. It looks like we’re starting to find more and more non-native ticks in Alaska.

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Have you ever seen any ticks in Alaska? Where did you see them? Let us know in the comments below!

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