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Ticked Off!

It’s that time of year again! If you live on Long Island, you know that means the EXPLOSION of tick season. As these teeny vampires descend on your property, it is paramount to take the necessary precautions to protect your family, pets and property. “New York has the highest number of confirmed Lyme disease cases [...]

May 18th, 2018|

Oh Deer!

If you live on Long Island, are from Long Island, or have ever been to Long Island, there is one thing you may have noticed... we have a deer problem. And as cute and innocent as they may seem, they pose a HUGE problem for us. So the question becomes, how do we safely banish Bambi back into [...]

April 17th, 2018|

Powassan Virus: A Dangerous New Tick Borne Disease

ixodes scapularis - carrier of dangerous diseases A potentially deadly tick borne disease known as the Powassan (POW) virus has emerged and should be of concern to residents of Long Island. Although relatively few cases have appeared, the symptoms and consequences of POW can be severe. The disease can infect the central nervous system [...]

May 4th, 2017|

Tick…tick…tick….

Tick waiting for host Sorry to say this, but it's time to sign up and get ready for the tick invasion starting this spring Make no mistake about it: we're going into springtime this year under the threat of a good-sized explosion in our tick population, including lone star ticks and black-legged deer [...]

February 7th, 2017|

We Won Again!!

Once again our customers have overwhelmingly voted Fox Tree as Dans Papers Best-of-theBest for 2014 in both tree service and tick/ mosquito treatment categories! Thanks to all of our customers!

November 10th, 2014|

Tick Population Exploding!

We're hearing reports from all over LOng Islland as the tick population is exploding now that warm weather has started up! Lone Star ticks in particular have been found on our technicians and at customers' houses from Nassau to Montauk. Fox Tree is out in force neutralizing the attack, but if you haven't signed up [...]

April 30th, 2014|