Calgarians may not need to douse themselves in bug spray this summer — at least not in the short term.
The City of Calgary's pest managment team says the warm, dry start to spring in Calgary could mean fewer mosquitos this summer.
Spokesman James Borrow told the Eyeopener's David Gray that the stagnant pools of water where mosquitos breed are largely dry right now.
However, Borrow says it's too early to declare victory over the pests. He says an increase of wet weather could lead to a mosquito outbreak later in the season.
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