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Waco Texas Raccoon Control Situation: Hello David, I wanted to thank you for the guide you wrote on how to remove raccoons in the attic in Waco TX. We were out of town for a couple of months when our neighbor telephoned to let us know they saw a raccoon entering the attic. A week later we came home and saw that the attic vents at the peek of the house were broke in the front and the back. We were up in the attic several times looking through with a light crawling down the middle and were not able to see a raccoon or any droppings, We sealed up the vents and afterwords we thought we heard a patter one night and noticed another entrance under the eves. Again searching the attic with a light and could not see any sighting. of a raccoon. Before we called someone out to trap, we took your advise and put lights and a blasting radio up there for 3 days , after that time we sealed up the last opening and have not heard anything trying to get in or out, or any noises. We also had 2 trees cut down that were close to the house that had grown up to the roof giving an animal easy access to the roof. It looked like that was how the raccoon was climbing up. I did have a concern if there might be babies hiding and would like to ask your opinion that if there were babies wouldn't the mother be trying to get back in and we should hear something, or wouldn't the babies be crying where we could hear something? One of the neighbors said the people across the street from us has a family of raccoons under their deck, so do you think they might be the raccoon or raccoons that moved from my house? I just wanted to say thanks and let you know the light and noise trick seemed to work ( I hope). Marge
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