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How To Solve & Control Raccoon Problems

raccoons in attic pic Getting Raccoons Out Of Attic     Mother raccoons find the safest possible location to birth and raise their litter.  Baby raccoons are completely vulnerable and need protection.  Mother raccoons frequently find and enter attics to shield their young.  Learn how to find the litter in the attic and how to use the litter to catch the mother.
raccoon problem pic How To Trap Raccoons     Trapping raccoon can be difficult if the trapper is trying to catch the one specific raccoon that is using an attic.  The best results come when using the architecture or the raccoon litter to your advantage. There are 3 ways trap for raccoon. Ground trapping in general is straight forward when not targeting any particular raccoon.
wildlife control traps Raccoon Video Gallery     This page holds Wildlife Patrol's raccoon control videos. These videos show a mother moving her kits up a tree as well as showing different steps of the removal process from an attic.
raccoons control pic Photo Gallery of Raccoons     This is a collection of some of our favorite raccoon photos. These photos were all taken by Wildlife Patrol.
raccoon trapper file Removal by Trapping At the Entry Point     Removing raccoons from an attic is a challenge depending on how the raccoon is getting through the roof and where the litter is located. The best Orlando raccoon control technique involves removing the litter by hand and then using the babies as bait for the mother.
Seminole animal control photo Snaring Raccoons     Raccoon control usually involves trapping the critters. Rarely, when the animal is sick, injured, or cornered, the animal can be removed immediately by snare pole.

Raccoon Control and Removal for Orlando, FL Florida

Raccoons are versatile, agile, dexterous, and curious. These critters thrive in Orlando, thanks in part to the numerous small lakes here in Florida. Raccoons cause 2 main types of problems for Florida homeowners: 1)break into home attic or 2)rip, tear, eat, and defecate on the homeowner's outdoor property. more and see why our company provides the best Seminole County animal | raccoon control.
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Raccoon Control Exclusion

Whenever possible, exclusion is the best method for preventing raccoon damage.  This raccoon control method may not be possible for outdoor issues.

Crops and gardens. Electric fencing can be very effective at controlling raccoons from crops and gardens. The fence should be turned on in the evening and turned off after sunrise, posting caution signs where appropriate. In smaller gardens, using reinforced filament tape  to secure the corn to the stalk can be extremely successful at preventing raccoon damage.

Chimneys and rooftops. Control raccoons from entering your chimney by securely fastening a commercial cap of sheet metal and heavy screen over the top of the chimney. Before you control the raccoons, the exclusion device, however, be sure that the animals are not already inside the chimney, especially in the spring or summer when young may also be present. If the animals are still inside the chimney, you will have to wait for them to leave or contact a Orlando wildlife control expert or Tampa trapper. Remember that young raccoons are born blind and hopeless, so you should be as humane as possible when dealing with raccoon families. You may be able to control the raccoons with loud noise, bright lights, or a pan of ammonia in the fireplace. Raccoon access to rooftops can be controlled by pruning back overhanging branches and by wrapping and nailing sheets of slick metal at least 3 feet square around corners of buildings (to prevent them from climbing).

Attics and buildings. Raccoons can enter structures through vents or other openings. The minimum size opening that raccoons need for access is only 2.5 x 4 inches—surprisingly small! Replace damaged and vulnerable roof and ventilation vents with designs that prevent entry. You may modify some vents with homemade screens, though raccoons will likely remove any that are not fastened securely.

Seminole County. Store garbage in metal or tough plastic containers with tight-fitting lids. Lids also can be wired, weighted, or clamped. Be sure that the raccoons cannot tip the cans over to gain access. If necessary, keep the garbage cans inside a secure building at night.

Poultry houses and yards. Exclude raccoons with tightly covered doors and windows, mesh-wire fences with an overhang, or electric fencing.

Scare Tactics

Unfortunately, most frightening devices only work temporarily. Common techniques used to scare raccoons include radios, bright lights, dogs, plastic streamers, and aluminum pie pans.


There are no repellents, toxicants, or fumigants registered for raccoon control.


Sometimes trapping can be an effective way to deal with a “problem” raccoon. Nuisance or sick raccoons can be trapped, but check with state and local authorities for current policies. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources-Division of Wildlife has several provisions that must be followed when trapping wild animals. The most commonly used trap is a cage-like device that captures the animal without physical harm. These traps can be purchased, built by you, or loaned from some Division of Wildlife district offices. Traps can be baited with canned cat food (especially fish-flavored), sardines, fish, or chicken. Check the trap frequently (at least twice each day) to prevent undue stress to the captured animal. Captured raccoons can be moved to other locations or euthanized (required if rabies or distemper is present in your county). If you decide to trap, be aware that raccoons can transmit rabies, canine distemper, and parvovirus to domestic animals and humans. You should avoid any raccoon that is active during daylight hours, is unafraid of humans, or appears sick, confused, or uncoordinated. In these cases, consult a wildlife professional for assistance.


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