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Woodchucks

Woodchucks

Woodchucks are also called groundhogs, gophers or “whistle-pigs.” Despite their burly looks, woodchucks are shy, timid creatures who pop up in yards after a long winter hibernation. Their burrows usually have several entry and exit points which they scurry...
Squirrels

Squirrels

Squirrels prosper in suburban and urban areas due to their supreme agility and adaptability. Gray squirrels are a familiar sight almost everywhere, yet not a welcome one when their quest for a suitable den leads them to take advantage of open attic vents to gain...
Skunks

Skunks

Skunks are gentle animals who tend to be nocturnal, but are sometimes out during the day. They have a tough time living in our suburban and urban landscape. Because of their extreme nearsightedness, they are prone to falling into uncovered window wells and other...
Raccoons

Raccoons

Raccoons are intelligent and highly adaptable mammals. They are characteristically nocturnal, but they may be active whenever it makes sense for them to be. Suburban and urban landscapes suit them perfectly. Chimneys and attics provide great denning sites; pet food...
Opposums

Opposums

Opossums are shy, non-aggressive creatures who have the misfortune of scaring people due to their rather odd appearance. They aren’t fierce at all. They actually have little ability to defend themselves. They don’t run fast or fight well, so their best...
Coyotes and Foxes

Coyotes and Foxes

Both coyotes and foxes are members of the canid family. Coyotes look similar to medium-sized dogs and are often confused with German Shepherds. Foxes are slightly smaller. There are five species of foxes in North America, but only two-the red and the gray-are found in...