Tick season is upon us, and two researchers have suggested that it may be a particularly active one in Marin and the Bay Area.

Dan Salkeld, a Colorado State University research scientist who conducted field research in early May in West Marin, observed a higher than usual number of ticks. “This is a really different year [compared . . .

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