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ANIMAL AND PLANT HAZARDS TICKS Ticks are often found on brush and tall grass, where they wait to hitch a ride on a warm-blooded passerby. They become more common in the warm spring in the Atlanta area, and are a problem throughout the summer. Their numbers dwindle in the fall, but in Atlanta it is possible to get infected with a tick-borne disease any month of the year. Among the local varieties of ticks, the ones that transmit diseases are American dog ticks, the Lone Star tick, and the black-legged tick (deer tick).
Among the local varieties of ticks, the ones that transmit diseases are American dog ticks, the Lone Star tick, and the black-legged tick (deer tick). These ticks need to attach for several hours before they can transmit disease. Deer ticks are the primary carrier of Lyme disease, and others carry Rocky Mountain spotted fever and tick-related monocytic ehrlichiosis. Insect repellent containing Deet is known to be an effective deterrent. Most importantly, though, be sure to visually check yourself at the end of the hike.
If you’re on the trail at dawn, you can find temperatures 10°F to 20°F degrees lower than they’ll be later in the day, and there’s no better way to start your day than by listening to the cheerful singing of birds as you hike. • Take your time along the trails. Pace yourself. Atlanta is filled with wonders both big, such as Amicalola Falls, and small, such as an antebellum shed now used as a garage. Don’t rush past a tiny lizard to get to that overlook. Stop and smell the wildflowers. Peer into a clear creek for minnows.
60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Atlanta: Including Marietta, Lawrenceville, and Peachtree City by Randy Golden, Pam Golden