Dead Raccoon Removal – Danbury, CT

Dead Raccoon Removal – Danbury, CT

A dead raccoon removal in Danbury, CT came if from a Bridal Boutique. The raccoon was somewhat dead when they called, possibly he had gotten hit by a car, or injured, or sick. When we arrived the turkey vultures had already started going after it which we believe is why he died quicker.

Many people ask “well why is the raccoon out and its day time?” The answer to that is no, it not necessarily have rabies, night time creatures will often wander out during the day for several reasons, although raccoons are primarily nocturnal, they do often get some stuff done during the day. It is not at all unusual for a raccoon to be active in the middle of the day. They can’t just sleep from dawn to dusk without doing anything. They may go off in search of food or drink. This is especially true of nursing female raccoons, who have a bunch of babies to take care of, and who have extra nutritional requirements, because they are nursing their young. In the spring, you’re sure to see some mother raccoons gathering extra food during the daytime, so that they can produce more milk. There are many reasons why this nocturnal animal might be out and about. If you live in an urban setting, or if the year has been bad for food, raccoons will change their habits to fit when food is most available. If you always put your garbage out at 1:00 in the afternoon, the raccoons in the area will learn that.

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