ORLANDO, Fla. (PRWEB) February 19, 2019
American Mosquito Control Association (AMCA) volunteers will share their knowledge and professional experiences with students from kindergarten through 6th grade at the school by conducting hands-on science experiments and activities. Topics include mosquito biology with live specimens, life cycle, mosquito surveillance and control with an emphasis on what students can do to protect themselves from mosquito bites and diseases such as West Nile virus.
What: Live interview opportunities with experts, scientists, and academics on insects, mosquito control, mosquito-borne disease, and containment strategies from throughout the United States.
Potential story angles on how young people can help control mosquitoes, Zika and West Nile Virus.
Photo opportunities with great visuals, hands-on examples, including live and preserved bug demonstrations. The hands-on area will have displays on mosquito life cycles (with live samples of each stage) and other displays on mosquito breeding, and different methods of control.
When: Tuesday, February 26, 2019 from 10:00 am until 12:00 noon.
Where: 11659 Ruby Lake Rd, Orlando, FL 32836 Phone:(407) 239-6024
The American Mosquito Control Association is an international, non-profit association of over 1,700 scientists and mosquito control professionals dedicated to enhancing health and quality of life through the suppression of mosquitoes and other vectors of public health importance.
AMCA Encourages You to Remember the Three D’s to Mosquito Prevention:
- Dump and Drain: Eliminate standing water where mosquitoes can breed
- Dusk and Dawn: Stay indoors when mosquitoes are most active
- Defend: Prevent mosquito bites by wearing approved insect repellents
Central Life Sciences
(309) 660 7739 cell
jgaeta (at) central.com
Cape May County Dept. of Mosquito Control
Tel: (609) 602-2636
stormy.freese (at) co.cape-may.nj.us