Mosquito Squad cares. We have a heart. Along with the organization, Malaria No More, the Mosquito Squad brand made a vow to give back with the higher purpose of ending needless deaths from malaria, a deadly disease caused by the bite of a mosquito.
The other day, I was reading an article in Southern Living titled “40 Things Every Southerner Ought to Do!” (For the record I’ve done 34 of those things). I was pleasantly surprised to see 3 must-dos are right here in St. Louis! # 21 Enjoy a frozen treat at Ted Drewes. #23 Go to the top of the Arch. #39 Stroll through the Missouri Botanical Garden.
The Deer Creek Watershed sits smack dab in the middle of Mosquito Squad of Greater St. Louis’ territory. Deer Creek originates in Creve Coeur and flows southeast 11 miles before it enters the River Des Peres in Maplewood. FYI, Ladue, Clayton, Brentwood, Richmond Heights, Huntleigh, Frontenac, Rock Hill, Webster Groves and Des Peres are part of the Deer Creek Watershed.
Sunday, March 21st is World Eagle Day. This special day really hits home for us this year. On a snowy January day we found a wounded Bald Eagle-one of his talons was deeply severed.
Let’s raise a mug of green beer on St. Patrick’s Day and celebrate Mosquito Squad’s “going green” with its all natural barrier spray.
With the warmer weather finally moving in, add some excitement to your life by visiting one of Missouri’s beautiful vineyards.
People in the science, health and technology fields have always fascinated me. And once again, I am amazed by these smarty-pants. Thanks to researchers from the Univerisity of California at Irvine and Oxford University, mankind now has a new tool in the shed to help in the age old battle against mosquitoes.
The 2010 St. Louis Builders’ Home Show has come to a close. I met many wonderful people and loved launching our services to the public. I just want to give a quick shout out to the fabulous vendors in the booths around us. Doug Zick and Gill represented Zick’s Great Outdoors fabulously. I highly recommend you load up the […]
Right between doggles (dog goggles) and stinky running shorts were “!@#$ing mosquitoes”. Ha Ha. Mosquitoes just aren’t cool!
The Tiger Mosquito is only about 1/8 inch long. It is black with white stripes on its legs and body. There is a single white stripe down the center of its head and back. It’s these stripes that give it the name “Tiger” Mosquito, not its desire to frequently mate. These mosquitoes can have as many as 12 generations per year!