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Montgomery Alabama Raccoon Control Situation: Aha! That's what you think! There are just the right number of raccoons - the habitat dictates how many of each animal will live in any area - rats, jellyfish, eagles, whatever. Even if you kill every raccoon, more will just keep coming and coming, so long as the habitat provides adequate means of survival, such as enough food, shelter, etc. But my method of relocating raccoons actually KILLS MORE raccoons than your method of euthanizing them. You read that right. Here's why - if you merely kill the raccoon, all the other raccoons using the territory have access to extra food, space, etc. They quickly reproduce with higher survival rates, and the natural equilibrium is soon restored. Even if you kill hundreds of raccoons. But, if you relocate, then you've just added extra competition and stress to the existing raccoon population, and they all starve, and reproduction rates drop in that area. With large complex natural systems, the answers are not always as they seem. It's VERY hard to influence wildlife populations by killing animals - the only thing that matters, in the end, is habitat.
Hello David, I didn't see a telephone number for my area (Montgomery AL). The racoons are causing a big problem in my backyard. They are eating apricots, have killed one of our cats (he simply disappeared one night and now I know what happeend).We have another cat who likes to go out early in the morning and my grand children play in the backyard. These pesty creatures have made my backyard their home there are at least 5 or 6. They climb on top of the apricot tree and soon I will have grapes ripening than apples and pears. I love my fruit trees what do I need to do to get rid of the racoons. Please help....
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