This is an invitation to attend a program sponsor by Texas A&M about CrazyAnts from our local County Extension Agent, Stephen Janak. These pesky little ants are harder to get rid of than fire ants; I would highly recommend attending this program. [Please see linked attachment below for details.]
The Common Raccoon is listed as a nuisance animal by Texas Parks & Wildlife. This mainly nocturnal animal is considered to be a carnivore, but will eat anything you offer them. Their average weight is from 4 to 20 pounds. They have sharp claws and teeth, are good climbers and strong swimmers and can often be aggressive and dangerous. Raccoons adapt easily to living around humans and will often find their way into your attic or pantry. The raccoon can be a frequent carrier of the Distemper virus, as well as Rabies.
Let us know if you have any Raccoon stories here at the Ranch. Send your comments and pictures to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.