How to Deal with Pests in camping?

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It is funny and enjoyable when camping with family camping, but choosing the camping place or time is very important because it will perhaps bring an unpleasant experience, if you are not prepared for nuisances. Here I represented some of the pests to watch for and explain you how to deal with these pests:

Flies and Mosquitoes

Flies and Mosquitoes can easily bring an end to your comfort around the campground; hence take along something that will prevent these little nastiest one. Citronellas candles can help to keep flies and mosquitoes away from the immediate area, but for meticulous protection you may need to apply an insect repellent to your skin.

Ticks

Moreover just being yucky, certain kind of tick carry diseases like Lyme. When you are in outdoors, prevention is the best measure: you can wear hats, cover exposed areas of skin with long and thin clothes; use a repellent to your skin, You can also use Deet, on your clothing, but not on your skin; try to avoid walking through talk grass or brush; and perform routine inspections to check for ticks. If you find one, remove promptly.

Snakes and Scorpions

Be more careful to snakes and scorpions! As heater weather approaches most of the snakes and scorpions become more active. Learn how to recognize the poisonous snakes, and know what to do if bitten. It is an essential one. Usually it is best to avoid all snakes in the outdoors.

Poison Ivy, Oak, and Nettles

Horrible plants, indeed! The best prevention method is to learning to identify such kind of plants, and then how to avoid any contact. Don't try event to touch one of these plants, If do so, do not scratch, and wash the area in cold water. Suppose if you get something like rash or pimples, immediately use a topical solution like calamine lotion etc.

Chipmunks, Raccoons, and Skunks

These are some of the creatures usually appears in the night time. These are not much more dangerous but they came out to steal your food and cause general dismay at your campsite. Even though they are cute to look at, keep your mind, they are still wild creatures. Watch them from a distance, and don't leave food or snacks out where they can get into it.

By a bit of knowledge and some proper prevention, I am sure your next camping trip doesn't have to be disrupting by any pests and insects. Advance wishes for your next camping trip.


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It is funny and enjoyable when camping with family camping, but choosing the camping place or time is very important because it will perhaps bring an unpleasant experience, if you are not prepared for nuisances. Here I represented some of the pests to watch for and explain you how to deal with these pests:

Flies and Mosquitoes

Flies and Mosquitoes can easily bring an end to your comfort around the campground; hence take along something that will prevent these little nastiest one. Citronellas candles can help to keep flies and mosquitoes away from the immediate area, but for meticulous protection you may need to apply an insect repellent to your skin.

Ticks

Moreover just being yucky, certain kind of tick carry diseases like Lyme. When you are in outdoors, prevention is the best measure: you can wear hats, cover exposed areas of skin with long and thin clothes; use a repellent to your skin, You can also use Deet, on your clothing, but not on your skin; try to avoid walking through talk grass or brush; and perform routine inspections to check for ticks. If you find one, remove promptly.

Snakes and Scorpions

Be more careful to snakes and scorpions! As heater weather approaches most of the snakes and scorpions become more active. Learn how to recognize the poisonous snakes, and know what to do if bitten. It is an essential one. Usually it is best to avoid all snakes in the outdoors.

Poison Ivy, Oak, and Nettles

Horrible plants, indeed! The best prevention method is to learning to identify such kind of plants, and then how to avoid any contact. Don't try event to touch one of these plants, If do so, do not scratch, and wash the area in cold water. Suppose if you get something like rash or pimples, immediately use a topical solution like calamine lotion etc.

Chipmunks, Raccoons, and Skunks

These are some of the creatures usually appears in the night time. These are not much more dangerous but they came out to steal your food and cause general dismay at your campsite. Even though they are cute to look at, keep your mind, they are still wild creatures. Watch them from a distance, and don't leave food or snacks out where they can get into it.

By a bit of knowledge and some proper prevention, I am sure your next camping trip doesn't have to be disrupting by any pests and insects. Advance wishes for your next camping trip.

 

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This article was published on 2009/11/11