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baby coons in wall removal. ??? #4445584
04/23/14 09:35 PM
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decatur, illinois
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how do you guys remove baby raccoons from walls or first floor ceilings? the mother is still with them ive heard of injecting male coon gland into nest area. but have never had to do that. i usually can get them another way. how do you guys do it? is there a commercial product for thid? any help would be great. thanks.


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Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4445645
04/23/14 10:03 PM
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Eviction fluid works less than 50% of the time for me. I usually don't even try it anymore.

I have much better success with trapping mom and keeping her in the cage for a day or so and then releasing her on location. She usually will move the babies that night. On the rare occasion she don't move them I then trap her again and then hold her a second time. That has yet to fail.

I hate the idea of having to cut holes to get out babies. But I have had customers cut the babies out themselves and had them waiting for me in a box.

Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: Nathan Krause] #4462002
05/05/14 12:49 PM
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How do you catch Momma a second time?

Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4462374
05/05/14 05:45 PM
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Ole, your question is a little vague. I don't remember having to catch mom a second time. Often, I don't even "catch" her the first time. I knock her out, grab the babies, and take them all away. She doesn't become cage shy, but some them might get a little Paul shy.

Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4462513
05/05/14 07:41 PM
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@ c walker

For what it's worth, we just posted this (http://www.frontlineanimalremoval.com/mother-raccoon-removal-eviction-paste/) on topic.

Capture, hold, and paste is strategy if they are really hard to get to. If it doesn't work...there's always a way in for the right price.


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Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4462795
05/05/14 10:21 PM
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Wink, how long does Momma stay under the anesthesia?


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Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4462964
05/06/14 12:12 AM
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Dave, usually several minutes. I hold then up for pictures and sometimes have to haul them out of the cages for more shots. Once they get outside they wake up fairly quickly. Sometimes, if I'm in a hurry, I don't even wait until they're asleep. Their reflexes aren't real keen and I just whip 'em into a cage.

Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4462998
05/06/14 01:47 AM
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Every customer is different when it comes to how you handle it , I hate cutting out coons but I've become good at it , makes a guy feel good when the client is amazed how you cut the hole right on top of them lol , seems I always get the pain in rear jobs , I took off soffit before I cut this hole , but alas it was the only way in


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Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4463034
05/06/14 06:04 AM
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I give the eviction fluid three days to work with two applications. When she keeps moving the pups around the house, then its time to take the kids out no matter where they are. She'll leave after that. Battery powered SawZall will be your best friend.


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Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4463370
05/06/14 12:01 PM
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I did two evictions with fluid this season. I'm at 100% success so far. Last season it worked every time, I used it 5 times.


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Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4463704
05/06/14 04:39 PM
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LOL. I had to look at that pic twice, I thought that was some modern art hanging on the wall.


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Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4464152
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"I give the eviction fluid three days to work with two applications. When she keeps moving the pups around the house, then its time to take the kids out no matter where they are. She'll leave after that. Battery powered SawZall will be your best friend."

Is this the "last resort" on a cage shy raccoon?


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Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4464443
05/07/14 06:14 AM
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I have thrown a conibear at entrance if I can hide it enough from neighbors, towel works. But you have to get the pups out. Get them now or later, still needs to happen. She'll usually leave after a couple of days when the kids aren't there.


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Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4477874
05/16/14 10:35 PM
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Watch Moe & Curly in They Stooge to Conga for demonstration as to how to remove pests from walls.


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Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4478352
05/17/14 10:10 AM
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Ran into this the other day , where they where living in the wall...the babies and/or mom had punched a hole in this wall of a concrete silo...stuffed a couple rags with Vanish on them thru this hole ....Nobody was living there any longer in the A.M.


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Re: baby coons in wall removal. ??? [Re: c walker] #4478379
05/17/14 10:25 AM
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You guys have way more patience than I do. I always like to leave a customer's property with 3 things. A female in a cage, babies in a bucket, and a check in my wallet.

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