This site will provide information on ticks and tick-borne disease in Wisconsin. Please use the drop-down menus above to find the information most relevant to you.
Ticks are active now (April 2015)! Both deer and wood ticks are actively looking for hosts. Remember to do careful tick checks if you’ve been in tick habitat.
Figure 1. Adult deer ticks (top row) and wood ticks (bottom row). Females are on the left and males on the right.
These are male and female lone star ticks (Amblyomma americanum). We are interested in receiving specimens that were picked up in Wisconsin, especially if the approximate location can be identified. Please contact email@example.com if you find one. See the page on Amblyomma under Wisconsin ticks for more information.