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Old 01-08-2017, 11:19 AM   #1
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Caught a raccoon last night. This one isn't big enough for a cap, must be a teen.

Polly chased several others into the woods. I hauled this one to critter drop off this morning.


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It will be back in a couple days. Maybe.
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And I still can't believe the local zoo here just bought two of them. I could have given them the ones that use my fence as a highway every night.
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I've been seeing lots of tracks in the snow along the creek by the house. Raccoon, opossum, squirrel, some duck, and what I'm guessing is the heron I see from time to time. Doubt that much is being found in the water by whatever's searching there. Most spots are froze solid from the surface to the creek bed.
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I've been seeing lots of tracks in the snow along the creek by the house. Raccoon, opossum, squirrel, some duck, and what I'm guessing is the heron I see from time to time. Doubt that much is being found in the water by whatever's searching there. Most spots are froze solid from the surface to the creek bed.
Sounds like our creek beds. Loaded with tracks.

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Caught a raccoon last night. This one isn't big enough for a cap, must be a teen.

Polly chased several others into the woods. I hauled this one to critter drop off this morning.


That's definitely looking like a juvenile. We give ours to the local coon hunters for training their dogs.

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There's one living around my shop in Albuquerque. I see its tracks in the mud around the dumpster every now and then.

Had my dogs at work last week, and the Australian Cattle dog found the tracks and went nuts following the scent. The Catahoula-lab mix wasn't even interested.
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Ahem.

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What is Baylisascaris?

Baylisascaris worms are intestinal parasites found in raccoons. Baylisascaris procyonis is thought to pose the greatest risk to humans because of the often close association of raccoons to human dwellings.

How do people get infected?

People become infected by ingesting infectious eggs. Most infections are in children and others who are more likely to put dirt or animal waste in their mouth by mistake.

What are the symptoms and signs of Baylisascaris infection?

Nausea
Tiredness
Liver enlargement
Loss of coordination
Lack of attention to people and surroundings
Loss of muscle control
Blindness
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Cute. Looks like the one my buddy found (two actually) and kept as pets.
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