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Tick Outreach Materials

Veterinarians, hunting organizations, outdoor stores, environmental educators, and many others can support the Alaska Submit-A-Tick Program by distributing educational materials about ticks and tick-borne diseases. Feel free to download any of the materials below for educational use.

Flyers and Posters

Do we have ticks in Alaska? (PDF 449K) – Poster (18x24 inch) for vet clinics to remind clients to ask about flea and tick prevention when traveling out of state.

We Are On The Hunt For Ticks (PDF 1.2M) – Poster (18x24 inch) for hunting stores or Alaska Department of Fish and Game offices to let hunters know how to submit ticks they find on hunted animals.

Alaska Submit-A-Tick Biologist (PDF 1.1M) - Poster (11x16 inch) for wildlife research organizations with information for biologists about the Alaska Submit-A-Tick Program and integrating tick checks into their wildlife research.

Handouts

Do we have ticks in Alaska? (PDF 923K) – Handout (8.5x11 inch) with general information about native and non-native ticks in Alaska and the Alaska Submit-A-Tick Program.

Rack Card

Ticks in Alaska (PDF 1.1M) - Rack card (4x9 inch) with general information about native and non-native ticks in Alaska and the Alaska Submit-A-Tick Program. You can order cardstock versions of the rack card using the email address below.

Ordering Information and Requests

If you would like to order any of these educational materials or have design requests for additional materials, contact the project team at alaskaticks@alaska.edu.