[video width="600" height="400" mp4="https://www.skedaddlewildlife.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/texas-releasing-raccoon.mp4"][/video]During the winter, you can expect to see less raccoon activity in and around your Ajax property. This is because raccoons use the cold season to rest and will only venture out when they need food, which will not be as often as the warmer months as they spend that time storing up fat reserves to help them endure the winter. That being said; never rule out the possibility of raccoon action on your Ajax property during the winter because unlike many other wildlife animals, raccoons do not hibernate. The temperatures during Ontario summers can become very humid but raccoons have a solution. They have been able to adapt by adjusting their habits to ensure that they suffer minimal exposure to the harsh heat. During the hotter days, they seek out dark cool dens in areas such as gutters, chimneys, sewers, attics, and barns. They also ensure that their dens are close to water sources such as lakes and rivers that can help them to stay hydrated and beat the heat by taking the occasional plunge (an easy feat as they are excellent swimmers).
Ajax Wildlife Removal: Raccoon Behaviours
One of the normal features of life in Ajax is the presence of raccoons. This is a given considering that the animals are native to North America and have been in the area for longer than historical records reveal. Ajax has everything raccoons love - ample wooded areas, shelter, food and water sources. The precocious furry foragers roam the region in survivalist mode with their adaptability and determination giving them the edge over other wildlife animals. Humane wildlife removal services can help Ajax residents to resolve their raccoon related problems without causing unnecessary harm to the animals.