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General Information on
Common Nuisance Animals

Bats
 
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Animal

Breeding Timeframe

Gestation

Birthing

Timeframe

Litter Size

Weaning

Timeframe

Bats (Also See Bats Below)

April - May

2 months

June - July

Ave. of 2

3 weeks Capable of flight in 3-4 weeks

Warning, Bats are susceptible to rabies, a serious viral disease that results in death if untreated. Rabid bats rarely attack humans or other animals, but bats found lying on the ground may be rabid. Never touch or pick up any bat. Stay away from any animal that seems to be acting strangely and report it to animal-control officers. If you are bitten by a possibly rabid animal, you must immediately consult a doctor for a series of injections; there is no cure once symptoms emerge.

 
Grey Squirrels

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Animal

Breeding Timeframe

Gestation

Birthing

Timeframe

Litter Size

Weaning Timeframe

   Gray Squirrels

Mid winter
January - February

Late Spring/Early Summer
May-June

42 to 45 days

Spring
March - April

Late Summer
July - September

2 to 7

Avg. 3

Between 8 - 10 weeks

Young begin to leave nest
7-8 weeks

Raccoons

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Animal

Breeding Timeframe

Gestation

Birthing

Timeframe

Litter Size

Weaning

Timeframe

Raccoon

Late January to early March

63 days

March to May

3 to 5
Avg. 4

Between 2 to 4 months. Young will venture out with female around 8 weeks

Skunks

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Animal

Breeding Timeframe

Gestation

Birthing

Timeframe

Litter Size

Weaning

Timeframe

Skunk

February to Late March

62 - 68 days

Late April to early June

2 to 10
Avg. 6

Between 6-8 weeks. Young become active with female around 7 weeks

 
Woodchucks (Groundhogs)
 
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Animal

Breeding

Timeframe

Gestation

Birthing

Timeframe

Litter Size

Weaning

Timeframe

Woodchuck (Ground Hog)

Early March to late April

32 days

April to May

2 to 8

Between 5 to 6 weeks

Opossums

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Animal

Breeding

Timeframe

Gestation

Birthing

Timeframe

Litter Size

Weaning

Timeframe

Opossum

Jan thru August

12 to 14 Days

Feb.-Oct

5-13

70 to 125 Days

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