Elizabeth Hager, deputy director with Beaufort County Mosquito Control, checks a gravid mosquito trap near the intersection of Carteret and Duke Streets in Beaufort on July 23, 2014. She planned to test the mosquitos in the trap for West Nile virus. To monitor the mosquito population, the office has more than 40 traps of various types throughout the county, she said.
Elizabeth Hager, deputy director with Beaufort County Mosquito Control, checks a gravid mosquito trap near the intersection of Carteret and Duke Streets in Beaufort on July 23, 2014. She planned to test the mosquitos in the trap for West Nile virus. To monitor the mosquito population, the office has more than 40 traps of various types throughout the county, she said. Jay Karr
Elizabeth Hager, deputy director with Beaufort County Mosquito Control, checks a gravid mosquito trap near the intersection of Carteret and Duke Streets in Beaufort on July 23, 2014. She planned to test the mosquitos in the trap for West Nile virus. To monitor the mosquito population, the office has more than 40 traps of various types throughout the county, she said. Jay Karr

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