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Raccoons are one of the most species of wildlife that we are most commonly called upon to control in Aurora. Raccoons can be found living in attics, crawlspaces and basements of homes and businesses throughout Arvada, Aurora, Brighton, Broomfield and Boulder. They also take up residence under sheds and in hot tubs and outbuildings. A shed is normally elevated off the ground and is perfect for raising a family. If there is shelter, they will seek it!
Colorado is home to some very large raccoons and some exceed 50 pounds! The mountain and plains communities of Bailey, Bennett, Berthoud, Campion, Castle Rock, Conifer, Evergreen, Morrison, Mountain View, Niwot, Sedalia, Watkins and Welby support raccoons but in limited numbers. Raccoon control and removal services are provided in all of these locations. Cities such as Bellevue, Berthoud, Campion, Drake, Estes Park, Glen Haven, Jamestown, Laporte, Livermore, Longmont, Lyons, Masonville, Red Feather Lakes and Wellington all experience Raccoon control and removal problems.
In your home, raccoons can be found in the crawlspace, chimney and attic, where they can do extensive damage. For example, they can chew through electrical wiring, leading to fires. Raccoon urine and feces can also contaminate insulation and surrounding surfaces. Their droppings are particularly dangerous, since they can contain raccoon roundworm, a deadly disease. Raccoons can also carry and transmit diseases like rabies and distemper.
Since raccoons like to rear their young in attics and other sheltered areas, removing baby raccoons is a very delicate process that should only be attempted by a professional. May is a prime time for the young to be born and sounds described as a trilling or cooing can be heard when there are kits present.
Raccoons can also trap themselves in dumpsters or window wells. This is a potentially dangerous situation that requires a wildlife professional to remove the raccoon and risk being bitten by the animal. Untrained persons should not attempt removing raccoons in this situation.
It’s not uncommon to find a dead raccoon in a strange place. If a dead raccoon is not promptly dealt with, the body can cause further damage to your building while attracting other pests. If you encounter a dead raccoon on your property, contact a wildlife professional who can remove the body and then clean and deodorize the area.
Owing to the many health hazards that raccoons present, raccoon control and removal should be initiated as soon as the animal has been discovered living in this area. Raccoon control and removal should only be attempted by those who understand the danger this animal can present. Wildlife professionals understand this danger and have the tools and training to safely handle these very strong animals.
Controlling for raccoons often involves trapping and relocation. With years of experience in managing racoons, the specialists at AAAC Wildlife Removal have the know-how and the tools to resolve your raccoon problems without causing injury to the animal.
If you need assistance with raccoon control or removal, we are just a call away! The professionals at AAAC Wildlife Removal are your raccoon control specialists.
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