Bandit the raccoon
has been reunited with his owners after anxlous weeks away from home Picture: JEFF PITT
I am not really leaving you, Small Mouse," Old Raccoon
Returning to Home Depot, I ultimately resorted to an altogether different mode of warfare: powdered coyote urine, which the clerk assured me was the plastic explosive of raccoon
These analyses provided an indication of whether raccoon
activity patterns were typical for mammals, and therefore a function of other external forces, or whether raccoon
activity stood out by itself relative to turtle nesting.
Begin by forming groups of three participants, seated within a Raccoon
Vaccinating the city's raccoons
against canine distemper in the early 1990s successfully reduced the prevalence of the disease in these urban scavengers.
TVA reduces water levels in the Raccoon
Mountain reservoir every five to seven years as part of its dam safety inspection program.
could become real pest in Wales, a wildlife expert has warned.
Guardians of the Galaxy: Rocket Raccoon
& Groot Steal The Galaxy" by Dan Abnett has been superbly adapted to a radio theatre format by Graphic Audio.
During July-December 2012 and 2013, sick raccoon
dogs and arctic foxes, which were farmed for fur products on 6 farms (farms A-F) in Jilin and Liaoning provinces, China, were received for quarantine inspection at the Fur Animal Disease Laboratory, Institute of Special Animal and Plant Sciences, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.
The proportions of individual raccoons
involved in dispersal and philopatry are of special interest to researchers because of the effects on the speed of the spread of epidemics such as raccoon
rabies, the largest epizootic on record (Cullingham et al.
Frequently, the raccoon
would fool the pack, crossing a stream and doubling back.