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2018 & 2017

The North Dakota Department of Health partnered with North Daktoa veterinary clinics and zoos to conduct tick surveillance throughout the state to provide information on the distribution of ticks in North Dakota. Ticks were collected from animals and submitted to the NDDoH each week for identification and tick-borne pathogen analysis.

2018 Tick Surveillance Program Report

2017 Tick Surveillance Program Report

2010

The North Dakota Department of Health collaborated with North Dakota State University and the University of North dakota to conduct tick surveillance throughout the state to tdetermine the presence of the deer tick in North Dakota. Ticks were collected at sites around the state, with an emphasis on the eastern side of the state and where the habitat is more likely to support a deer tick population.

North Dakota State University Reports

June 3, 2010

June 18, 2010

University of North Dakota Reports

July 2010

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