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Feral Cats

Animals: Mammals & Predators

The Raccoon

Trapped raccoon in Dawsonville Raccoon removal forsyth county Raccoon control in Sugar hill ga




Mainly Nocturnal

Chewing, prying, strewing unsecured garbage, feces unsightly and can be hazarous; Dropping removal suggested.


Cycle: Year round

Noises: Mainly heard at night



The common raccoon of North America, also called coon, is found from S Canada to South America, except in parts of the Rocky Mts. and in deserts. It has a stocky, heavily furred body, a pointed face, handlike forepaws, and a bushy tail. It is 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 ft (46–76 cm) long, excluding the 8 to 12 in. (20–30 cm) tail, with mixed gray, brown, and black hair, a black face mask, and black rings on the tail. It lives mostly in wooded areas and usually feeds along lakes and streams. A good climber, it often nests in a hollow trees or attics. It has a highly omnivorous diet, including nuts, seeds, fruits, eggs, insects, frogs, and crayfish. When water is available it may dip its food before eating; this so-called washing is associated with behaviors used for location and capture of aquatic prey, such as crayfish and frogs. Raccoons do not hibernate but sleep through cold spells in their dens. Their metabolism is normal during these periods and they wake easily. Adult males are usually solitary; females and young live in family groups. Raccoons have proved highly adaptable to civilization and are found even in large cities, where they feed on garbage.

Warning: Mother raccoons are extremely vicious and will stand and fight to protect their young.




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