Raccoons at Delaney spend the days curled up asleep in the branches of the tall white pines that ring the main pond. Raccoon scat can often be found on the landward side of the tree, as is the case here.
This entry was posted on September 26, 2010 by Dan. It was filed under Wildlife and was tagged with Raccoon, Tracking, Wildlife.
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