There are fewer black fly reports this week and most of the reports turned in are less severe than a week ago. Almost everyone credits the wind to the lack of or smaller amount of flies. Email your report to Robin. Comments are open at the bottom of this entry for updates during the week.
Bye Bye Black Fly
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