Ticks and Lyme disease
Fundy National Park
Throughout New Brunswick, from April to November, there is a small chance of being exposed to Lyme disease if bitten by an infected blacklegged (deer) tick. Lyme disease is a serious illness; however, it's easy to prevent and treat when caught early.
For more information on Lyme disease, blacklegged ticks, and how to protect yourself from tick bites while enjoying the outdoors, please visit the following websites:
- Public Health Agency of Canada - Facts about Lyme disease
- New Brunswick Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health (Public Health) - Tick-borne diseases
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