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How Do I Get Rid of Raccoons in Louisiana?
Raccoons will often live in the crawlspace under your home. The presence of fleas, foul odors or noises at night are the usual signs that you need our professional raccoon removal services. Raccoons will also live in chimneys and will inhabit attics. Typically there will be loud noises at night as the raccoons leave to feed, around 8-10 PM, and then as they return around 3-4 AM. You may notice stains on your ceiling from urine and feces. Raccoons will have 2-5 young in May-June.Due to its adaptability, the raccoon has been able to use urban areas as a habitat. If a raccoon has invaded your habitat, call Trapper J now for raccoon removal services.
The first raccoon sightings were recorded in a suburb of Cincinnati in the 1920s. Since the 1950s, raccoons have been present in urban areas like Monroe, Winnsboro, and Ferriday. Home range sizes of urban raccoons are only 7.5 to 100 acres for females and 20 to 200 acres for males. In small towns and suburbs, many raccoons sleep in a nearby forest after foraging in the settlement area. If a raccoon has been sighted, call Trapper J now for raccoon removal services.
Fruit and insects in gardens and leftovers in municipal waste are easily available food sources. Furthermore, a large number of additional sleeping areas exist in these areas, such as hollows in old garden trees, cottages, garages, abandoned houses, and attics. The increasing number of raccoons in urban areas has resulted in diverse reactions in humans, ranging from outrage at their presence to deliberate feeding. Some wildlife experts and most public authorities caution against feeding wild animals because they might become increasingly obtrusive and dependent on humans as a food source. Raccoons without a fear of humans are a concern to those who attribute this trait to rabies, but scientists point out this behavior is much more likely to be a behavioral adjustment to living in habitats with regular contact to humans for many generations.
Raccoons usually do not prey on domestic cats and dogs, but individual cases of killings have been reported. if you suspect a raccoon is rabid , call for raccoon removal now. While overturned waste containers and raided fruit trees are just a nuisance to homeowners, it can cost several thousand dollars to repair damage caused by the use of attic space as dens. Relocating or killing raccoons without a permit is forbidden in many urban areas on grounds of animal welfare. These methods usually only solve problems with particularly wild or aggressive raccoons, since adequate dens are either known to several raccoons or will quickly be rediscovered. Loud noises, flashing lights and unpleasant odors have proven particularly effective in driving away a mother and her kits before they would normally leave the nesting place, when the kits are about eight weeks old. Typically, though, only precautionary measures to restrict access to food waste and den sites are effective in the long term raccoon removal process.
Among all fruits and crops cultivated in agricultural areas, sweet corn in its milk stage is particularly popular among raccoons. In a two-year study by Purdue University researchers, published in 2004, raccoons were responsible for 87% of the damage to corn plants. Like other predators, raccoons searching for food can break into poultry houses to feed on chickens, ducks, their eggs, or feed, requiring raccoon removal. Since raccoons in high mortality areas have a higher rate of reproduction, extensive hunting may not solve problems with raccoon populations. Older males also claim larger home ranges than younger ones, resulting in a lower population density. The costs of large-scale measures to provide raccoon removal from a given area are usually many times higher than the costs of the damage done by the raccoons.
Trapper J raccoon removal can help you with any type of raccoon problems that you may have. Raccoons are nocturnal animals which will damage lawn as they dig for grubs and worms. Raccoons will make dens in your attic. Raccoons will tear into your rooftop seek ways in.
The smell of raccoon urine and droppings can be very strong. Trapper J raccoon removal will help you with this pest animal. A number of the areas that raccoons like to build nests are chimneys, crawlspaces, and attics. For more information on raccoon removal and to learn how to get rid of raccoons please call Jerry at (318)439-0202.
Got Raccoons In The Attic?
Trapper J wildlife removal can help you with problems of raccoons in the attic. Raccoons can be a pest animal that will cause a great deal of damage to your home. If they get into your attic they can tear up the insulation or damage your sheetrock. They often come into your home looking to build a nest for their young. We can help you to remove raccoons from your attic and provide exclusion to keep them from getting back in.
Once the raccoons have been removed from the attic there is still the problem of the damage that they may have caused. Raccoons can stain the insulation and wood in your attic with their feces and urine. We can help you with attic restoration by providing raccoon removal cleanup and deodorization services. We can also help with insulation removal and replacement.
How Do I Get Rid Of Raccoons?
The only real means of getting rid of raccoons is through trapping and removal of the animals. If you’ve got raccoons in your attic, it’s important that the wildlife operator search for a litter of baby raccoons, and remove them by hand before trapping and removing the female raccoon. If it’s just raccoons outside causing trouble, they can be trapped and removed, but beware, they’ll often dig and grab anything within a few inches of the cage trap.
You can find some products on the market, such as mothball-based or urine-based repellents, but they are bogus. Go ahead and try them. And those high-pitch noisemakers, also called ultrasonic sound emitters, do not work. There is no quick and easy fix when it comes to raccoon removal and control.
Where Do We Provide Raccoon Removal Service?
Trapper J, a North Louisiana Nuisance Wildlife Animal Removal specialist is the most professional and humane raccoon removal and control service available in Monroe, West Monroe, Ruston, Bastrop, Alexandria, and Pineville in the North and Central Louisiana area.
Primarily serving the North and Central Louisiana Parishes of Allen, Beauregard, Bienville, Catahoula, Concordia, Caldwell, Claiborne, East Carroll, Franklin, Grant, Jackson, La Salle, Lincoln, Madison, Morehouse, Natchitoches, Ouachita, Rapides, Richland, Sabine, Tensas, Union, Vernon, West Carroll, Winn and surrounding communities.
We also provide armadillo removal service the North and Central louisiana cities and towns of Alexandria, Arcadia, Bastrop, Colfax, Columbia, Oakdale, Farmerville, Harrisonburg, Homer, Jena, Jonesboro, Kinder, Lake Providence, De Ridder, Oak Grove, Oberlin, Marksville, Monroe, Natchitoches, Rayville, Ruston, Saint Joseph, Tallulah, Vidalia, West Monroe, Winnfield, Winnsboro.
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