Below is a short list of some other good resources we recommend!
TickEncounter from The University of Rhode Island (URI)
#BeReadyForTicks Seriously, TickEncounter has some amazing resources and information from fast tick identification to everyday actions for tick-safe living.
Field Guide for Identification of Ticks by Species. From URI. Includes: visual identification, tick growth comparison, life cycles stages, geographic region, and known diseases transmitted.
UNH EXTENSION has teamed up with UMass’ TICKREPORTTM to provide a tick identification and testing service.
New Hampshire Bureau of Infectious Disease Control
Our own State experts on ticks and disease transmission visit their pages for all important information including this handy Tick ID Card.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Outdoor workers are at risk of exposure to tick-borne diseases especially if they work at sites with woods, bushes, high grass, or leaf litter and should be extra careful to protect themselves in the spring, summer, and fall. Many, but not all companies, provide flame retardant clothing – did you know you can also have tick-repellent clothing? Occupational Safety and Health Standards: Personal Protective Equipment General requirements 1910.132
The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Tick Management Handbook
An integrated guide for homeowners, pest control operators, and public health officials for the prevention of tick-associated disease.