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Raccoons can adopt a home and eat all of your birdseed

A pair of raccoons visits my porch around Halloween. Note how the one on the right appears to be reclining in comfort.
Photographer: Bill Danielson
A pair of raccoons visits my porch around Halloween. Note how the one on the right appears to be reclining in comfort.
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Previously in Speaking of Nature . . . When I was about 8 years old, I was on a camping trip in the Adirondacks with my family. One night I was allowed to stay up late while the adults in our group played cards. I was lying on a cot, staring out into the darkness where my uncle had put out a slice of pie. I saw something moving at the edge of the lantern light. Then, ...

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