Lone Star Tick Is Not Invading Michigan, But Other Tick Species Are On The Rise
The Lone Star tick is not invading Michigan. According to a Michigan State University entomologist, the tick’s population hasn’t increased here in 25 years.
“Michigan is not being invaded by the Lone Star tick. I identified this tick for the first time in Michigan some 25 years ago. I see maybe one or two every year, some years I don’t see any."