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Wildlife Damage Management Series

1 Wildlife Damage Management Series Figure 1. Raccoon paw prints Raccoons USU Extension in cooperation with: CNR—Quinney Professorship for Wildlife Conflict Management Jack H. Berryman Institute Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Utah Department of Agriculture and Food USDA/APHIS Animal ...

Damage Prevention and Control Methods

C-101 RACCOONS Edward K. Boggess Wildlife Program Manager Minnesota Department of Natural Resources St. Paul, Minnesota 55155 Fig. 1. The distinctively marked raccoon ( Procyon lotor ) is usually found in association with water.

Raccoons -- Facts and Fancies - This information is reprinted ...

This information is reprinted from Rescue Report, the newsletter of the Wildlife Rescue League. If you have a concern about wildlife in your back yard,

Facts about Raccoons

Raccoons The raccoon (Procyon lotor) is a native mammal, measuring about 3 feet long, including its 12-inch, bushy, ringed tail. Because their hind legs are longer than the front legs, raccoons have a hunched appearance when they walk or run.

Raccoons in Rhode Island

Raccoon tracks Raccoons in Rhode Island Raccoons are one of the most recognizable furbearers in suburban environments. They are widely distributed across North America, and can be found anywhere suitable habitat exists.

Wildlife Damage Management Fact Sheet Series

Raccoons The raccoon (Procyon lotor) is a medium-sized mammal that is easily recognized by the black "mask" over its eyes and a tail with 5 to 10 black rings.

Raccoons

1 Wildlife Damage Management Series Figure 1. Raccoon paw prints Raccoons USU Extension in cooperation with: CNR—Quinney Professorship for Wildlife Conflict Management Jack H. Berryman Institute Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Utah Department of Agriculture and Food USDA/APHIS Animal ...

Living With Wildlife - Raccoons

IDENTIFICATION Raccoons are mammals with a distinctive black mask over the eyes and rings on their bushy tails. Raccoons weigh from 10 to 30 pounds and are two to three feet long.

RI DEM/Agriculture- Infectious Diseases of Raccoons Fact Sheet

A Public Health Announcement from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management Infectious Diseases of Raccoons R accoons in the United States are known to carry infectious diseases that can be transmitted to humans and animals that have contact with raccoons or their waste.

PROGRAM IDEAS FOR “RACCOON TUNE”

Michigan Reads! 2008 Raccoons! By Julie Moore Read • Albert's raccoon, by Karen Wallace and Graham Percy, Kingfisher, 2004. • A Friend for all seasons, by Julia Hubery, illustrated by Mei Matsuoka, Atheneum Books, 2006.