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 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: January 24, 2019
The cold weather in Maine is widely known to cause an increase in rodent activity inside homes. It can also drive raccoons to invade properties, outbuildings, and homes. Raccoons inside homes can be devastating, and cause a plethora of health problems, as well.
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…
DATE POSTED: October 5, 2017
Raccoons have adorable faces and even cuter babies. It is fun to watch raccoons scurry across your yard, wrestle with their own reflection in your window, and fill your social media timeline with memes, but the damage they can cause in your home is anything but fun. If you think it is just a cute, little raccoon, you need to take a moment to understand the amount of damage they can do to…