Ticks in Georgia
Ticks have been prevalent in Georgia’s moist and dense forest areas, with the highest population of some unique disease-spreading ticks like the Lone star ticks and blacklegged ticks. This makes the Georgians susceptible to Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Lyme disease, and other tick diseases. You can find a huge number of tick populations during the months – April and September and the winter season. This blog will cover the prominent type of ticks in Georgia with some preventive measures to keep yourself away from tick infections.