Friday, January 1, 2021

Raccoon in Our Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 25

Raccoon at the backyard

Raccoon is one of wild animals around our neighborhood. I think their population increasing recently.

We easily spot them before dark, even though they are nocturnal animals, active at night.

In nature, raccoon is an omnivorous, they consume both plants and small animals such as:

- fruits

- vegetable

- nuts

- berries

- insects

- rodents

- frogs

- eggs

- crayfish. 


A raccoon entered the garden

The animals easily to adapt to their environment in term of foods. We find raccoon sift through garbage to find food in our neighborhood.

Their favorite foods is our pet’s food. They are eating cat or dog foods, then they will come back in other days if they feel safe.

It seems that he raccoon is just hungry. It might have babies around too and looking to feed them.

If a wild raccoon doesn't run when approached, stay away. Raccoon are dangerous when cornered, and most times they are sick.

Have you ever faced with raccoon? What do you think?

30 comments:

  1. Oh so interesting darling
    happy New Year
    xx

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  2. I saw one on TV in an episode of Little House on the Praerias. Laura tried to make a it her pet although her dad warned her against it, racoons being wild animals. They look cute but better stay away.

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    1. Yes....

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      Raccoon in Our Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 25
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      Raccoon at the backyard

      Raccoon is one of wild animals around our neighborhood. I think their population increasing recently.

      We easily spot them before dark, even though they are nocturnal animals, active at night.

      In nature, raccoon is an omnivorous, they consume both plants and small animals such as:
      - fruits
      - vegetable
      - nuts
      - berries
      - insects
      - rodents
      - frogs
      - eggs
      - crayfish.

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  3. Nice picture of this raccoon, here you can only see it in the zoo in the Netherlands.
    I wish you and all your loved ones a happy but above all a healthy 2021.
    Greetings Irma

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  4. In the Dutch province of Limburg there are about 50 to 100 around and the province wants to get rid of it. I once read that in the newspaper. The animals probably come from Germany, where they have lived for years. Originally the raccoons come from North America, they were once brought to Europe for fur farming and were kept as pets. Since then, quite a few animals have escaped and ended up in nature. There they reproduce and that is a problem: in the wild they can cause a lot of damage and nuisance. For nature, but also for people. Because some raccoons carry a worm that can make people sick.

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    1. I see....
      yes, they carry diseases.

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      A raccoon entered the garden
      The animals easily to adapt to their environment in term of foods. We find raccoon sift through garbage to find food in our neighborhood.

      Their favorite foods is our pet’s food. They are eating cat or dog foods, then they will come back in other days if they feel safe.

      It seems that he raccoon is just hungry. It might have babies around too and looking to feed them.

      If a wild raccoon doesn't run when approached, stay away. Raccoon are dangerous when cornered, and most times they are sick.

      Have you ever faced with raccoon? What do you think?

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  5. Oh, I think ours are hybernating in the tree out back. Yes, they love our neighborhood, but then we are close to the river, as well.

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  6. They do like to romp on our roof in the spring and summer.

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      Raccoon in Our Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 25
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      Raccoon at the backyard

      Raccoon is one of wild animals around our neighborhood. I think their population increasing recently.

      We easily spot them before dark, even though they are nocturnal animals, active at night.

      In nature, raccoon is an omnivorous, they consume both plants and small animals such as:
      - fruits
      - vegetable
      - nuts
      - berries
      - insects
      - rodents
      - frogs
      - eggs
      - crayfish.

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  7. I have only ever seen one raccoon and I stayed away. It was a thrill to be able to observe it from a distance and get a few photos. It was eating birdseed left along the boardwalk.

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      Raccoon in Our Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 25
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      A raccoon entered the garden
      The animals easily to adapt to their environment in term of foods. We find raccoon sift through garbage to find food in our neighborhood.

      Their favorite foods is our pet’s food. They are eating cat or dog foods, then they will come back in other days if they feel safe.

      It seems that he raccoon is just hungry. It might have babies around too and looking to feed them.

      If a wild raccoon doesn't run when approached, stay away. Raccoon are dangerous when cornered, and most times they are sick.

      Have you ever faced with raccoon? What do you think?

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  9. ...I don't see raccoons often here which is a good thing because many of them are sick.

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  10. Passando, vendo, elogiando, e deixando
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    Votos de um Ano Novo feliz
    Cumprimentos.

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  11. I haven't seen raccoon in years.

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      Raccoon at the backyard

      Raccoon is one of wild animals around our neighborhood. I think their population increasing recently.

      We easily spot them before dark, even though they are nocturnal animals, active at night.

      In nature, raccoon is an omnivorous, they consume both plants and small animals such as:
      - fruits
      - vegetable
      - nuts
      - berries
      - insects
      - rodents
      - frogs
      - eggs
      - crayfish.

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  12. Tanza, We have had racoons on our back deck looking for food. In our yard we've also had fox, deer, opossums and skunks. A few years ago we even had a bear. He was trapped about a block from our house. The skunks dig everything up looking for grubs, worms, etc. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  13. They can really wreck your trash. ..and more.

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      A raccoon entered the garden

      The animals easily to adapt to their environment in term of foods. We find raccoon sift through garbage to find food in our neighborhood.

      Their favorite foods is our pet’s food. They are eating cat or dog foods, then they will come back in other days if they feel safe.

      It seems that he raccoon is just hungry. It might have babies around too and looking to feed them.

      If a wild raccoon doesn't run when approached, stay away. Raccoon are dangerous when cornered, and most times they are sick.

      Have you ever faced with raccoon? What do you think?

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  14. I think we had a raccoon in our attic. There were footprints, and a hole in our roof, which the husband has since patched up. It really freaked me out. The shot of the one in your garden is cute, though. Hopefully it doesn't come any closer!

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  15. Oh, they can be a menece! P.S. sorry I can't spell.

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      Raccoon in Our Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 25
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      Raccoon at the backyard

      Raccoon is one of wild animals around our neighborhood. I think their population increasing recently.

      We easily spot them before dark, even though they are nocturnal animals, active at night.

      In nature, raccoon is an omnivorous, they consume both plants and small animals such as:
      - fruits
      - vegetable
      - nuts
      - berries
      - insects
      - rodents
      - frogs
      - eggs
      - crayfish.

      Delete
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      Raccoon in Our Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 25
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      A raccoon entered the garden

      The animals easily to adapt to their environment in term of foods. We find raccoon sift through garbage to find food in our neighborhood.

      Their favorite foods is our pet’s food. They are eating cat or dog foods, then they will come back in other days if they feel safe.

      It seems that he raccoon is just hungry. It might have babies around too and looking to feed them.

      If a wild raccoon doesn't run when approached, stay away. Raccoon are dangerous when cornered, and most times they are sick.

      Have you ever faced with raccoon? What do you think?

      Delete
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      Raccoon in Our Neighborhood - Nature and Wildlife 25
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      Raccoon at the backyard

      Raccoon is one of wild animals around our neighborhood. I think their population increasing recently.

      We easily spot them before dark, even though they are nocturnal animals, active at night.

      In nature, raccoon is an omnivorous, they consume both plants and small animals such as:
      - fruits
      - vegetable
      - nuts
      - berries
      - insects
      - rodents
      - frogs
      - eggs
      - crayfish.

      Delete
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