Procyon lotor, the Raccoon; Volusia county, Florida; 13 March 2015. http://phostracks.com.
Procyon lotor, the Raccoon, Ocala National Forest; Marion county, Florida; 08 March 2015. http://phostracks.com.
It's a print...in the mud...outside.
Huella de mapache sobre lodo de un bordo de abrevadero
These are two track made by raccoon. The smaller track that resembles a hand is its front foot, and the one that has an oblong shape is its rear foot.
Is it "cultivated" if they're eating birdseed uninvited?
Mapache huido de una jaula de gallinero después de intentar entregarlo. Posiblemente escapa de alguna vivienda cercana. Come de la mano mientras está en la jaula.
went to feed the outside kitty, turn around, and this guy is staring me straight in the face while sticking his paws out to stuff his face. he kept pushing the kitty away from the bowl or pulling the bowl to himself to get the food. kitty does not approve.
I observed two racoons at the Far West bus stop near HEB. They were digging for food in the bus stop trashcan. Both racoons were about the same size. One of them was browner than the other but overall the body was gray. They body had the distinctive black facial markings and striped tails. I spotted the two raccoons at the bus stop which is heavily landscaped because there is multiple apartment complexes, stores and restaurants. There are small patches of greenery around the area as well as a few trees and a patchy forest that separates the complexes. They seem to be either unaware or have adapted to human presence. The raccoons were not startled by people walking by or waiting for the bus. They look a couple of containers out of the trash can. One crawled into the trash bin and came out with some findings. Once they found food, they scurried off into the near my patchy forest.