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Raccoon Removal

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RACCOON IDENTIFICATION: Mature raccoons are 2-3 feet long and weigh up to 30
pounds. These animals have thick salt and pepper coats, ringed tails and black
"masks" across t heir broad faces. Their claws are extremely strong and sharp.
They are found i n all parts of the continental United States.

RACCOON BREEDING
• Raccoons in the Northeast generally breed between January and March.
• Young are born within 60-65 days, usually between April and May.
• Females give birth to one litter a year consisting of 1-7 young.

RACCOON ACTIVITY/ DIET
• Nocturnal, the move around at night.
• They do not hibernate. Will den up for days in harsh weather.
• Sighting a raccoon in the daytime does not always mean it is ill.
• Omnivores, they will eat almost anything.
• Excellent climbers including, downspouts, bricks, trees, etc.

HABITAT
• Wooded areas, especially around water.
• Suburban and urban areas, a highly adaptable animal.
• Will live in attics, chimneys, sewers, and under decks and sheds.

RACCOON TYPICAL ENTRANCES INTO BUILDINGS (minimum hole size 4 inches)
• Chimneys, especially if the damper has been open.
• Attics and crawl spaces. Raccoons will literally tear their way in.
• Attic vents, mushroom vents, etc.
• Roofs. We have seen them tear through shingles to get into attics.

RACCOON DAMAGE
• The raccoon causes extensive and costly damage to homes and
buildings.
• They are capable of ripping through the sides and roofs of buildings to
gain entrance.
• Nesting inside chimney and fireplaces.
• They can damage insulation by their activities.
• Raccoons create toilets which over time can leak down through insulation
and stain ceilings.
• Raccoons susceptible to rabies and many carry a roundworm that is shed
in their feces.

RACCOON SOLUTIONS

• Exclusion is the most effective way of evicting raccoons from unwanted
structures.
• Apply prevention strategies. Installation of porcupine wire can stop
raccoons from climbing downspouts.
• They may be quite persistent, so trapping may be needed in conjunction
with exclusion. Trapping should be used only if absolutely necessary.


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