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 17, 2020
What do bumblebees, snakes, wood frogs, turtles, bats, skunks, squirrels, chipmunks, hummingbirds, groundhogs, ladybugs, bears, and some species of snails have in common? They all hibernate. Well, sort of.
DATE POSTED: January 4, 2019
There are some common mistakes homeowners make to attract wildlife such as raccoons, opossums, bats, and more to their homes. Most of these mistakes are easy to correct and take no more than an afternoon to remedy.
DATE POSTED: December 21, 2018
As the weather in Maine continues to plummet, we may be under the false impression that we no longer have to worry about pests, after all, they have all died off, right? Many are actually still active and looking for food or a warm place to hide
DATE POSTED: November 21, 2018
Squirrels everywhere are always on the hunt for food, scurrying this way and that. They tend to be a huge problem for people with bird feeders in particular
DATE POSTED: November 14, 2018
Cute little raccoons seem harmless, don’t they? Unfortunately, they’re not. Raccoons, a member of the procyonid family, are small mammals that can become a big problem if they take up residence in or around your home