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Re: East Tennessee raccoon birthing season [Re: TNADC] #7591349
05/25/22 08:29 PM
05/25/22 08:29 PM
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Trap it on the hole.

Re: East Tennessee raccoon birthing season [Re: EatenByLimestone] #7591388
05/25/22 09:13 PM
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the vanish paste put down heavy around the hole she is coming in and out works better for me than the fluid but still most of these jobs are a nightmare


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Re: East Tennessee raccoon birthing season [Re: TNADC] #7596113
06/01/22 06:11 PM
06/01/22 06:11 PM
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to close the loop - she and the babies are gone. More eviction fluid, a strobe light, boom box, crushed red pepper and me tramping around seemed to have run her off. I have sealed up all the soffits. Thanks for all the suggestions along the way.

Regards, Wally

Re: East Tennessee raccoon birthing season [Re: TNADC] #7596184
06/01/22 07:35 PM
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Excellent! A happy ending!

Re: East Tennessee raccoon birthing season [Re: EatenByLimestone] #7596684
06/02/22 01:06 PM
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Originally Posted by EatenByLimestone
Excellent! A happy ending!



And I learned alot.

Re: East Tennessee raccoon birthing season [Re: TNADC] #7596832
06/02/22 05:25 PM
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I don’t think there’s a single person here who doesn’t learn new stuff every day. No matter how much you think you know, there’ll always be an animal that’ll throw you for a loop. It usually happens right after a client asks if the animal will do X, and you reply, no, they never do that.

Re: East Tennessee raccoon birthing season [Re: TNADC] #7599061
06/05/22 11:47 PM
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Always positive set. Where’s there’s a will there’s a way. Sometimes it really is impossible but most of the time it just takes some extra thinking.
Glad it all worked out in the end.
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Re: East Tennessee raccoon birthing season [Re: JoeyHalk] #7599155
06/06/22 08:17 AM
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Originally Posted by JoeyHalk
Always positive set. Where’s there’s a will there’s a way. Sometimes it really is impossible but most of the time it just takes some extra thinking.
Glad it all worked out in the end.
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I have used Comstocks before for positive sets, however, I was concerned with orphaning the kits. Inasmuch as I did not have a great idea where the nest was I was going with the eviction method this go around. I love my Comstocks. Packing up now for a groundhog call.

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