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Raccoon eyes glinting in the night an amazing sight

The reflective eyes of a raccoon can be wonderfully spooky in the dark.
Photographer: Bill Danielson
The reflective eyes of a raccoon can be wonderfully spooky in the dark.
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My first memory of raccoons goes back to when I was 6 or 7 years old. It was during a family camping trip in the Adirondacks at a place called Camp Little Notch. Composed of some 3,000 acres of uninhabited mountains, with a lake and streams, this place was the paradise of my youth. One of my favorite campsites was a unit called Sleepy Hollow, which had an old Adirondack-style lodge and several small cabins ...

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