Saturday, May 26, 2012

Urban Fox Conference being held in U.K.

The Urban Fox Conference Friday the 23rd of November 2012

As he debate continues over the urban fox, wrong information is put out into the public domain creating some very mixed messages and understanding.

The Urban Fox Conference 2012 will be held on Friday the 23rd of November 2012 at the Churchgate Hotel, Old Harlow, Harlow, Essex.

The conference will be educational and informative in order to dispel any 'untruths'.

Expert speaker's from leading universities and goverment agencies are lined up to enlighten all.

This conference is directed towards anyone who may come into contact with urban fox related issues such as Environmental Health Officers, Police Wildlife Crime Units, Landowners, Local Authorities etc.

Subjects being debated and discussed will all be urban fox related such as laws, legistlation, risks posed, parasitology, human/pet/livestock interaction etc.

Anyone attending this event, please let us know ??

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

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Thursday, May 03, 2012

Raccoon Behavior

Raccoons feed mainly at night. The mere sight of a raccoon out, moving about, during daylight hours does not necessarily constitute a problem.  In the absence of other factors, healthy raccoons can be seen out during daylight hours.

They eat fruit, nuts, berries, small animals and insects, and also will feed on pet food, garbage, and garden crops.

Female raccoons look for den sites in late winter. Litters of one to seven young are born in April and May. Young raccoons open their eyes about three weeks after birth, and often announce their presence with mewing, twittering or crying sounds. They nurse for about six weeks, then leave the den to follow the mother until September or early October when they disperse and establish their own territories.