In the marshy woods of Secaucus, N.J., a mosquito can make a happy home.
With water and shade under a canopy of maple trees, you could barely ask for more to start your own bloodsucking family.
For Gary Cardini, though, this is a battleground.
"You want to get them in the water before they're flying," explains Cardini, who supervises the field team for Hudson County Mosquito Control. "In the water, they're captive. You know where they are."