How To Get Rid Of Raccoons?
Learn how to keep raccoons away naturally today! Raccoons are some of the most common wildlife visitors to yards and homes. The best way to get rid of raccoons is to get to know a little about them first. Raccoons are nocturnal creatures which means they are most active at night. Although they eat lots of wild things like nuts, fruits, plants, berries, insects, rodents, frogs and eggs – what they really enjoy is the food people provide like garbage, pet and animal food. Raccoons become very active in the springtime and continue high activity until cold weather returns in late fall.
Raccoons are very smart as well and very wary of the presence of predators. So the answer to the question of how to get rid of raccoons naturally is combination of limiting food availability and by using PredatorPee® CoyotePee natural raccoon deterrent to create the illusion that a predator is nearby.
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the Illusion that a coyote is nearby.
Today the coyote is the primary wild predator of raccoons and raccoons know it! And because the coyotes territory now extends well into urban and suburban areas, raccoons are alert to the danger of a coyote no matter where the raccoon is searching for food.
When a raccoon gets a whiff of the scent of real coyote urine, his genetic fear instinct takes over and he leaves the area. So when you create a “pee-rimeter” around your yard with all-natural, real PredatorPee® CoyotePee, you are sending a clear message that your yard is a dangerous place for a raccoon to be because there is likely a hungry coyote nearby.
So to get rid of the raccoons in your yard and keep them from coming back, first make sure there is no easy food source handy like open garbage cans or bowls of pet food. Then using PredatorPee® CoyotePee natural raccoon repellent as instructed on the label, create a the “pee-rimeter” around your yard.
The combination of no food and big fear means the raccoons are gone! Choose your natural raccoon deterrents from our carefully crafted selection of coyote urine for raccoons below.
Raccoon Damage Alert: Raccoons can cause damage to you home in many ways. Here are just a couple of examples:
The average raccoon weighs in at between 25 and 30 lb and can quickly trample attic insulation just by walking around on it. Pregnant female raccoons will tear the insulation out of large areas of your attic to make comfortable bedding for nursing their young. Raccoon damage to your insulation alone can cost you thousands of dollars in inflated heating, and cooling bills, not to mention the cost of repairing the damage.
Raccoons are relentless chewers. They will gnaw on pretty much anything they get their paws on. Raccoons love to chew on the coverings on electrical cables, thus exposing the wires and creating a real fire hazard.
Raccoons think that your home is a safe place to be, so it’s time to send them a different message. If a raccoon senses that a feared predator like a coyote is nearby, all of it’s survival instincts kick in. PredatorPee® CoyotePee Coyote Urine sends a message to raccoons that a coyote is nearby and your place is no place for them to be. Find PredatorPee® CoyotePee Coyote Urine right here today! Free Shipping Always to USA & Canada