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Allentown Pennsylvania Raccoon Control Situation: Good day to you, Obviously I am not going to ask you to come to my house... I live near Allentwon PA, however I would like to ask you a question. I have a mama raccoon in my attic with her young ones (a little over one week old by now). When I discovered - or rather heard the babies, I did a little research on raccoons. Studies by the Ministry of Natural Resources have shown that 60% of relocated raccoons will die and that it is best, specially in the case of a mother with young ones, to let the mother relocate her family on her own. They usually have a "second choice den" in the same area and if it is their territory and their choice, they are more likely to survive the move. What is your opinion on this? Thanks for your time and your very informative website. J. Poirier in Bethlehem PA
My opinion is that if you care about the raccoons, leave them alone and let the young grow and let them move out on their own 6 months down the road. If you care about your house or peace of mind, remove them all and relocate them, and then yeah, there's a good chance the young will perish.
My name is brittany and me and my girlfriend woke up one morning with a raccoon in our bedroom it came through a small hole in the screen of her sons room and it left the same way. The next day while me n her were out the boys sent us a picture text of the.racoons on our back roof by the balcony well there was a hole in the roof n that's where They're staying in one picture I see two of them but I don't know exactly how many now our landlord had a guy come out n he put two traps on the balcony it'd been two days and nothings happen I hear them at nite chipping at lord knows what I don't want. It back n my how can u email me back on any more ways to get rid of these raccoons.
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