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Charleston West Virginia Raccoon Control Situation: David, A few weeks ago Kris removed a mother raccoon and later her babies from our attic. He and Ben did a great job and we were very pleased with the outcome (no dead animals in the attic). Kris explained that you relocate these animals to a wildlife sanctuary/nursing facility. Since my youngest son is getting ready for his Eagle Scout project, we thought of maybe doing something for any of those facilities (we have done two previous Eagle Scout projects with our two older sons and we like to do something that we feel connected to). I called Kris about this and he told me, that he has a couple of people in mind. It would be great, if you guys could ask if there is an interest in any of those facilities and pass on the contact info to us. I would really appreciate your input on this. Danke shun, Annette
David, I am a handyman and was asked to remove a bunch of raccoon poop from an attic that the owner was told by a pest tech that the raccoon has vacated. However, I did find a missing vent screen but no raccoon. I will replace the screen but after reading about the round worm, how much would charge for cleanup (ballpark)? Thanks, Ed
I've got a mama raccoon and at least one baby nesting in my chimney. I'm not sure if she's able to get in and out, but I don't have any reason to think she is stuck, either. I've called a couple of places and gotten estimates of over $400 to get her out and relocate her. I had my pest control people come out today and they're discounting me to $250. I'm currently "between positions" and my finances don't really justify this expense. Any suggestions of someone that could do this at less expense? If she's able to get in and out, what harm comes from letting her spend the rest of her nursery time there and move out when there isn't a need for the baby shelter? I appreciate your help with this.
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