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A Humane Solution to Getting, and Keeping

Unwanted Wildlife Out of Your Home or business.


Chad and Angela Zierenberg:

Wildlife Technicians

(707) 253-1844


Wildlife Removal from homes and businesses in Napa, Solano, and Lake Counties of Northern California.



Q: What do raccoons look like?

A: Raccoon have a very distinct look that includes a black or brown mask across their eyes, and black or brown colored rings around their tail.  They are often called "Night Bandits" which their look, and their tendency to break into homes and trash cans likely helped earn them this title.


Q: Where are raccoons typically found in a home or business?

A: Raccoons usually like to go up, but are diggers too and may be found under subfloors and decks. Attic access via rooftop is very common.  Vents, holes in the facia boards or soffit, dryrot in the corners, or where two rooflines meet... these are common raccoon points of interest to access the attic.


Q: What would I hear if a raccoon (or more) in my home?

A: Babies will make a chittering noise, whereas mom will likely be vocally silent.  Scratching in the attic, walls, and/or sub-floor and decks can indicate raccoons residing there.


Q: What time of the year would you have an issue with raccoons?

A: Baby season is generally when raccoons would look for den sites to have their young in and/or around your home or business.  This time can start in February and continue into August


Q: What diseases are associated with raccoons?

A: Raccoons are a rabies vector species along with fox, skunk and bats.


Q: What can I do to get rid of them?

A: Contact us at 707-253-1844 to schedule a low cost appointment and develop a plan of action to humanely evict them from your place of residence, or business.



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Raccoon come in two color variations.  The dominant most common color is a black, grey and white combination. Blonde is the other combination.
This baby raccoon is about a month old and his eyes just opened for the first time.  Babies at this stage would rely on Mom for everything for at least another two months and would not leave the den at all until then.      Photo by Chad Zierenberg
Two juvenile raccoons showing the two color variations possible.  The darker raccoon shows the genetically dominant and most common coloring, while the lighter "blonde" raccoon has the genetically recessive and less common coloring.     Photo by Angela Zierenberg

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