Evidence Inconclusive in Survey of Central Park
A two hour survey of Central Park on Edmonds Lane failed to reveal any empirical evidence of harm, or lack thereof, resulting from the anti-West Nile Virus spraying conducted in the skies of Lewisville this weekend. Due to windy conditions more spraying is to be done on subsequent nights.
There is considerable anecdotal evidence animal, insect, aquatic, reptilian, and avian life were affected. The survey was done between 8:30 AM and 10:30 AM, Sunday, September 02, 2012. Normally there are many lizard sightings on the paths and on the trees lining the paths. Not one was observed. There are usually one or two clouds of midges around the small wadi between path markers 10 and 11, none were observed. Not one squirrel was sighted, despite the presence of the Squirrel Lady with her corn and peanuts. Normally the squirrels swarm the path when she appears with her largesse.