Raccoon Control

Raccoon Control

Raccoon control
Their Latin name is Procyon lotor and by appearance Procyon lotor is commonly known as the accoon. Raccoon size is approximately 61 to 91 cm and they have a ringed tail including black mask skin. Raccoons resembles cats. They are a perfect example of omnivores and eat everything like plants, insects and dead animals. You can be hiring raccoon control experts and get raccoon control services.

In early summer and in the months of spring their diet consists of insects, frogs, fish and crayfish. They are usually known to roll back sod in search of grubs and earthworms. In late summer and fall season, raccoons move to the garden food which is grains, nuts, berries, sweet corn and fruits. Observable signs of raccoon are damaged lawns and raided cans. They also consume bird eggs and chicken. Common food source of raccoons is waste by humans.

Trapping
Raccoon control services can be possible by live traps. The most helpful and important tip for trapping is let your pest management professional do the trapping as some time they are very aggressive and try to attack human if they feel unsecure about their babies.
Prevention from Racoons

  • Seal different part of your home where raccoons may gain access. Inspection is necessary for raccoon control and you can get raccoon control services,  you should also seal the large gaps, crawl spaces, doors, areas under the eave, chimneys, areas under decks and finally garage door openings.
  • Repair potential entry points.
  • Cut your trees back 6’ to 8’ away from your home to prevent access to the roof.
  • Reduce food sources.
  • Keep trash cans clean.