Are you having problems with raccoons nesting on property?Los Angeles Baby Raccoon Removal and Control can help you get rid of nesting female raccoon with baby raccoon at you home or business place. We only use humane raccoon methods and techniques for eviction or removal. Step 1 -We locate all entryways (attic or crawlspace) and seal every hole, except for the main entryway that the family of raccoons are using. Step 2 – We then apply a male raccoon scented pheromone in the space where raccoons are living. Our Raccoon Eviction Fluid is a natural by-product of male raccoon, a predator to female raccoons during the birthing period. When placed in a den area, the female senses that a danger to her young is near by. Raccoon eviction liquid works best between February-August. When eviction techniques are used, do not expect the raccoon to leave until well after dark. Step 3 – We wait 1-5 days until the family of raccoons fully relocate themselves on their own. Step 4 – Five day later, We then do our final inspection of the attic or crawlspace, where the family of raccoons was living to insure there are no more raccoons in your attic or crawlspace. Now that we know there’s no more raccoon in your attic or crawlspace. Step 5 – Repair the main entry way. Step 6 – Clean-up any feces or nesting that the family of raccoons left behind. We offer Full Attic Restoration services
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More Information about Mother Raccoons and Baby Raccoons:
Raccoons can breed anytime from December to June, but most of them breed around February. Gestation is 63-65 days, with most babies being born in April or May. Litter size is usually 2-5 babies. At about 8 weeks old, the young usually leave the den and follow the mother to a new location. Young are weaned at about 12 weeks and disperse in the fall or early winter; or they may stay with the mother until the following spring. We do not recommend you try to remove a Raccoon from your property on your own! between February or July. A raccoon may have babies hidden in its nest, which an inexperienced trapper may overlook. When a mother raccoon is removed, the babies will die… this opens up a whole new can of worms for you, the property owner!