Raccoons are found all across most of the North American continent. Raccoons are pests because of their foraging and nesting habits. These animals are notorious for being:
- Trash Consumers
Raccoons range considerably in weight and are easily identifiable by their unique coloration.
- Black encircled eyes that extends across their cheeks
- 3 feet long
- Gray fur with hints of brown
- Unique tail coloration (alternating rings of white and black)
Raccoons are very adaptable animals and can be found in almost every climate. They have many favorite nesting locations.
Female and male raccoons have different reasons to enter a home. Male raccoons will enter in search of food sources, and females will enter homes to find a safe place to raise her young. Raccoons are strong animals that will create extensive damages on entry alone.
Raccoons create extensive damages inside of homes and outside of homes. Damage include:
- Holes and unsightly problems in lawns, gardens, and farmland
- Structural Damage
- Contaminate inside of homes
- Create unsanitary messes
- Occasionally attack livestock and common house pets
Trapping and Removal
Wildlife Management Services offer expert raccoon removal. Using the most advanced technologies and tools, our team of wildlife management technicians will handle any animal problem in or around your home. Call for professional wildlife removal services. We are the raccoon trapping experts.
Damage Repairs and Prevention
There are many efforts to be done to help with raccoon control problems on your property. Wildlife Management Services will help get rid of raccoons, repair raccoon damages, and prevent future invasions. For full-service raccoon management, call Wildlife Management Services of Minneapolis.
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