DATE POSTED: July 12, 2021
Raccoons are so cute when they are waddling around in the woods, washing their food in the brook, and all cuddled together in their treehouse dens. They frequently are made into talking cartoon characters that our children adore, and spend hours watching on TV. However, if you encounter a raccoon in the wild, you will understand very quickly that the TV version isn’t accurate. But oh my…
DATE POSTED: January 29, 2021
If your home is near a body of water or a wooded or grassy location, it’s probable you will encounter wildlife and animals; raccoons in particular. These creatures aren’t as cuddly and innocent as they look, and you don’t want to tolerate their presence in your yard or home. Find out how you can ward them off with help from Big Blue Bug Solutions.
DATE POSTED: June 9, 2020
What we want to know today is how are raccoons causing trouble for you around your Worcester property? Are they getting into areas where they don’t belong? Are they digging through your trash while you sleep? Do you suspect they are starting a family in your shed? Whatever it is, we are here to help. Here is everything you need to know about coons.
DATE POSTED: January 20, 2020
Most people can pick out a raccoon in a police line-up, even though it wears a black mask, or maybe it is because it wears a black mask. Raccoons have a distinct appearance, and this bandit-like appearance makes it easy to identify when you catch a glimpse of one in your South Portland yard. But there are some things you may not know about raccoons.
DATE POSTED: November 20, 2019
Raccoons are a common pest problem in many rural areas. Sometimes, these wildlife animals invade New England properties because they have become reliant on humans for food. Raccoons are omnivores, which means they eat a combination of meat and plants. In the wild, raccoons may eat berries, frogs, slugs, fish, snails, vegetables and seeds. However, raccoons living in rural areas will feed on…
DATE POSTED: February 28, 2018
Overturned trash cans, destroyed garden beds, ripped screens and siding…this is just a glimpse of the damage that you might see if a raccoon has made its way onto your property. The list can get worse once a raccoon gets inside the home. Raccoons are extremely destructive animals while on the mission to find food, water, and shelter. They will go to great lengths to get these necessities…