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Elizabeth Hager

Deputy Director and Biologist

Beaufort County School District

HQ Phone: (843) 322-2000

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Beaufort County School District

84 Sea Island Parkway

Ladys Island, South Carolina 29907

United States

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The Beaufort County School District is comprised of four regional clusters - Battery Creek, Beaufort, Bluffton and Hilton Head - each with its own elementary, middle and/or high schools. Its 26 schools (four high schools, six middle schools and 16 element ... more

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The Beaufort Gazette: Mild temps cool West Nile threat [cached]

"Obviously as the season wears on and it gets cooler the chances are going to decrease until next Spring when things warm back up," said Liz Hager, deputy director of the Beaufort County Mosquito Control Department.

Fewer hours of sunlight also slows the breeding of mosquitoes.
So far this year, Beaufort County has been able to avoid the virus that was first confirmed in the state in a dead blue jay in August.
The virus has since been confirmed in birds, mosquitoes, horses and humans in 15 South Carolina counties.
Hager said mosquito activity usually becomes limited once temperatures dip below 62 degrees.
"The eggs and the larvae won't develop as fast but they will develop or they can stay in the same stage for months," she said."É The cold won't kill them unless we have a hard freeze for several weeks."
Hager said Beaufort County's mosquito season usually stretches nine months and can last until January.
"We still have had to spray some for adult mosquitoes when we have a warm spell but generally we are pretty much slow down and rehab our equipment and overhaul things by January," she said."É We've had to spray on Christmas before."
But despite the slowdown, Hager said Beaufort County is in the clear yet as far as the West Nile virus.
She said county officials still have some mosquito samples that have been sent to the state Department of Health and Environmental Control for testing.Officials are waiting for those test results.
Contact Ian Leslie at 986-5529 or > .

The Beaufort Gazette: Resolution delayed for aerial spraying [cached]

Liz Hager, deputy director of the Beaufort County Mosquito Control Department said that while aerial spraying no longer occurs near the Peters' property, the county's fleet of trucks do spray for mosquitoes regularly.

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