A Bump in the Night

Would you know what to do if you heard scratching from the wall or  thumps in the ceiling? Your quick reaction could mean the difference between the life or death of an animal(s) and whether there is damage to property from the animal’s activities or from its decomposition.

If you didn’t hear animal activity until […]

By |September 19th, 2010|Conflict Management, Educational Articles, Opossum, Raccoon, Squirrels|0 Comments

Raccoon rescue

One of the greatest joys for a wildlife animal rehabilator is the successful reunion of a mother and her babies.  Lots of books have been written about living in peace with the local wildlife. Even how to foster an environment to encourage wildlife without having them wreck YOUR home and eating all of your […]

By |August 21st, 2009|Raccoon, Wildlife Rescue|0 Comments

Raccoon – Too Smart by Half

Raccoons are my problem children. They are just “too” – too cute, drugs too curious, too brave, too strong, too aggressive, too smart, too adaptable, too devious, too agile … well, you get the picture. As my Dad would say they are “too smart by half”. The problem is that God gave them […]

By |August 20th, 2009|Educational Articles, Raccoon, Species Article|0 Comments