• Greg Excluding Raccoons from this attic
  • Raccoon Raccoon Raccoon Trapped down in Chimney CRNAC rescued this raccoon same day..
  • Cleanup and deoderizing Cleanup and deoderizing
  • Raccoons Raccoons Raccoons removed from attic


Raccoon (Procyon Lotor):

Raccoons are opportunistic feeders.  They are omnivores.  This mammal’s diet consists of fruits, berries, acorns, nuts, insects, worms, frogs, fish, turtles, mice, crayfish, clams, snails, eggs, young birds, and reptiles. They raid gardens, orchards, field crops,  bird feeders, pet food, and garbage cans.  Raccoons are the most efficient climbers in the animal kingdom. Raccoons gain entry to homes and businesses by damaging soffits, roofing materials, shingles, and louvers.  Raccoons like to reside in attics.  Raccoons are nocturnal. On average they weigh 12-36 lbs. and are 26-38 inches long.
Damage Control and Prevention Methods: Call C.R.N.A.C. Encourage homeowners to put their trash out in the morning, not at night. Put pet food bowls inside at night.
Exclusion: Call C.R.N.A.C.
Zoonoses: Diseases that can be passed to humans from raccoonsare Raccoon Roundworm, Rabies, Lyme Disease, and Leptospirosis (Weil‘s Disease).
Sounds of a Raccoon

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Signs of a Raccoons presence:raccoon2
Raccoons are commonly found nesting in attics and crawlspaces. Raccoon noises in house are commonly mistaken for birds chirping. Listen to the above wav file for examples.  Droppings of the raccoon usually will show what they have been eating. They can do some damage to your home, gutters,holes,insulation among others and will leave some odor. Raccoons are known to damage corn and watermelons.

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