What Are Raccoons?
Raccoons are gray and black with black fur around the eyes that looks like a mask. They are nocturnal. They grow to 2-3 feet long. They are typically found in areas with bodies of water, but they can also be found in urban areas where they can find food and shelter.
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What Does a Raccoon Look Like?
Raccoons generally are solitary and den in hollow trees, ground burrows, attics, or abandoned buildings. They are most active from spring until fall in Maryland.
1. Why do I have raccoons in my home?
A Raccoon can invade a property where they find adequate shelter and food, particularly where the garbage is accessible.
2. Are raccoons dangerous?
Raccoons can pose a serious health risk if they come in contact with humans as they often carry rabies. Signs of a rabid raccoon are if it seems confused, has trouble walking, makes loud noises, and even foams at the mouth.
3. How do you get rid of my raccoons?
At Rosenbloom Pest Control, Inc., our raccoon control services include the necessary products for trapping and removal.
4. Is the raccoon treatment safe?