Wagga residents beset by large mosquitoes as La Nina conditions causes population explosion

By Conor Burke
Updated January 18 2022 - 4:43am, first published January 17 2022 - 6:30am
ITCHY BUSINESS: MLHD senior environmental health officer Tony Burns sets mozzie traps to determine the species irritating residents. Picture: Les Smith

A plague of "bird-sized mosquitoes" have tormented locals over recent days as the wet weather provides the ideal breeding ground for a bumper population this summer.



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