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- If a raccoon gets into your chimney, a bowl of ammonia in the fireplace at dusk,
will usually send him on his way. Once the animal leaves, have a chimney cap
installed. Check your local fire department for safety guidelines.
Screen or block all accesses to the attic. Be sure all animals, including young
are out prior to screening. Usually, if given the chance, the female will take
her young with her when an area becomes an unsuitable den site.
|| 1 litter/year in April/May, 4 - 5 young per litter; may still be nursing young
||Nighttime; sometimes hunt for food or sun themselves in daytime;
|DIET:||Insects, rodents, fruit, garden crops, garbage|
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