Click to view
Raccoon
Shayne Kaye
A Raccoon was looking extra lazy and comfortable on a branch in a local park.
Click to view
Raccoon
Marsha Duggan
While walking through High Park one day in September, I heard a sound coming from one of the garbage cans. It quickly became clear that an animal was stuck inside. I slowly put a branch down into the garbage can so the animal could climb up and out came this little raccoon who then hopped down and went off into some bushes.
Click to view
RACCOON
BRENDA DOHERTY
I SPOTTED THIS RACCOON WHEN I WAS HIKING ON A TRAIL IN ST. JACOBS ONTARIO.
Click to view
raccoon
philip childs
This Raccoon has been a regular visitor to my garden for the past year, he seems to enjoy sitting up in our tree, this photograph was taken early morning as he first enters the garden
Click to view
Cathy Salter
Cathy Salter
I have mixed feelings about this photo. On the one hand, I think it captures the beauty of this young raccoon. On the other hand, I find it sad that the raccoons of Stanley Park have become so accustomed to people food that they forage in the park's garbage cans.
Click to view
Raccoon
Breanna Marshall
NOTE: this time I just didn't check the file size before uploading. You guys should work on adding an error message if the file size is too small/large. I'll get it on the next submission Trash pandas are common, but a recycle panda? Now that's rare!
Click to view
Raccoon
Breanna Marshall
Trash pandas are common, but a recycle panda? Now that's a rare sight!
Click to view
Raccoon (Procyon lotor)
Christopher MacDonald
Bandit - A young raccoon hides in a tree
Click to view
RACCOON
BRENDA DOHERTY
I SPOTTED THIS RACCOON UP IN A TREE , WHILE I WAS WALKING ON A TRAIL IN ST. JACOBS ONTARIO
Click to view
Raccoon
Shayne Kaye
A baby raccoon went for a little swim between two rocks and then popped up to dry off.
Click to view
Raccoon
April Harding

Click to view
Raccoons
Shayne Kaye
A pair of Raccoons were aggressively chasing each other up a tree at Beacon Hill Park. After about ten minutes, they ran down from it and into the pond to fight.
Click to view
RACCOONS
WAYNE HOLLAND
WATCHED THE MOTHER TAKE HER BABIES ACCROSS THE PATH AND CLIMB A TREE AND SIT IN THE CROOK OF THE TREE
Click to view
Raccoon
Shane Kalyn

Click to view
Raccoon
Shane Kalyn

Click to view
RACCOON
BRENDA DOHERTY
I WAS WORKING IN MY GARDEN , WHEN I NOTICED THIS BABY RACCOON COMING THROUGH THE FENCE FROM THE FIELD.I QUICKLY GOT MY CAMERA AND SNAPPED A FEW PICTURES.
Click to view
Baby Raccoon
Brenda Doherty
As I was sitting on my patio,I noticed this baby raccoon making its way from the farmers field into our back yard.
Click to view
Virginia Opossum & Raccoon
Robert Mueller
During the warm months we leave out bird baths and a couple basins for the wildlife to quench their thirst and have a splash. It was near 30 C in Toronto on June 9th and at dusk these 2 creatures were mere feet from one of our basins hidden in the grass.
Click to view
raccoon
mary hindle
I live in the city in a condo townhouse and have created a little oasis in my small backyard.
Click to view
Raccoon
Connie Samson
This little one came out for a snack of bird seed one afternoon.
Click to view
Raccoon
Kelvin So
I was walking along a small path in a trail and suddenly heard some noise around me. I looked around and saw a raccoon in its way climbing up a tree. We stared at each other for a while and I took this opportunity to snap a few shots.
Click to view
raccoon
Tony Joyce
After walking around the seawall in Stanley Park downtown Vancouver my wife and I sat down at a bench to watch the ducks. To our surprise a couple of baby raccoons popped out of a drain pipe in front of us, after a brief staring contest this curious kit came out to get a better look.
Click to view
raccoon
Tony Joyce
After walking around the seawall in Stanley Park downtown Vancouver my wife and I sat down at a bench to watch the ducks. To our surprise a raccoon kit and his sibling popped out of the drain pipe in front of us. I think if the raccoons had a camera and took a photo of us we probably would have shown the same expression of surprise on our faces.
Click to view
raccoon (Procyon lotor)
Frank Townsley
I just happened to stumble upon this raccoon posing in this tree, almost as if it were wishing it's photo taken.
Click to view
RACCOON
BRENDA DOHERTY
WHILE HIKING AT A CONSERVATION AREA, I SAW A FAMILY OF RACCOONS IN THE SHALLOW WATER. I TOOK SEVERAL PHOTOS AND WENT ON MY WAY.
Click to view
Raccoon / procyon lotor
Brittany Crossman
Curious raccoon pops its head up from the tall grass.
Click to view
Raccoon (Procyon Lotor )
Rajapaksha Perera
I captured this Raccoon to my camera near the side of the road,when I was bird watching at "Lynde Shores" conservation area.
Click to view
Raccoon
Hassina Heather
In our backyard a few weeks ago, early morning, just playing around as though they have no fear of anything or anyone in the whole world.Live, Love and Play.
Click to view
Baby Raccoon
Cheryl Dumoulin
I was leaving the conservation area when I saw a mama raccoon and her babies. I was able to take a quick photo of this little one before the family took off into the forest.
Click to view
Raccoon
Hassina Heather
Cute Mom & Baby playing around in our backyard this morning around a quarter to seven. Just looking out my bedroom window.
Click to view
Baby Raccoon
Cheryl Dumoulin
I had just finished a hike around Crawford Lake and was heading back to the visitor centre when I heard a mama raccoon and her little ones getting ready to come out for the evening. They crossed the trail right in front of me and I was able to take one quick photo of the baby in a tree before they took off into the forest.
Click to view
Raccoon
Laura Green
A nightly visitor, and not afraid of the dogs.
Click to view
Raccoon
Becky Wayte
This little guy was in my neighbours front yard and when I went out to take his photo he sauntered over to my yard, sat by the tree and started grooming him/herself.
Click to view
Raccoon
Ocean Durham
Was out for a walk with my family and walked past the tree with the raccoon sitting in it, in the middle of the day and took its photo.
Click to view
Baby raccoons
Lily Woo
Stumbled upon two baby raccoons while hiking the Juan de Fuca trail, no mama raccoon in sight. Sibling on top of the stump was awaiting for the other sibling to catch up, while the one still trembling and hanging fragile-ly trying its best to climb had reached a point where it did a shrilling sound. That's when I ran away fearing it was calling for its mom.
Click to view
Procyon lotor
Antoine Hnain
Scared Raccoon
Click to view
Raccoon
philip childs
I was leaning against a tree, trying to take a photograph of a White Tail Deer in the forest. I looked up to see this little guy staring at me.
Click to view
Raccoon
Susan Enders
We live next to a wooded area, so we get visitors to our yard frequently.
Click to view
Raccoon
philip childs
I was about to cross the bridge and spotted this young Raccoon resting, half hidden on the outside edge, unnoticed by the people walking over the bridge.
Click to view
raccoon
pamela cowan
Raccoon Choir
Click to view
raccoon
Raz Mohammed
I caught this raccoon trying to get into my bird feeder, I tried chasing him away but he just sat on the fence looking at me.
Click to view
Procyon lotor
Breanna Marshall
A curious raccoon that climbed into our empty recycling bin
Click to view
Raccoon
Brittany Crossman
A raccoon walking through a grassy field.
Click to view
raccoon
Brittany Crossman
A raccoon walking through a grassy field.
Click to view
Raccoon
Brittany Crossman
A curious wet raccoon out on a rainy evening.
Click to view
raccoon
rachele saulnier
a mother raccoon and her 5 raccoons have been visiting regularly this summer. It's a bitter sweet sighting, as they are a nuisance to people, but I love wildlife, so it touches my heart.
Click to view
raccoon
Tony Joyce
I was photographing a bald eagle fledgling when a family of raccoons surprised me and came out from the bushes. It was so fun to watch the kits mimicking mom as they used their tiny paws to clam. Sometimes nature is full of surprises, I am glad I was in the right place at the right time to experience this.
Click to view
Raccoon
Charlene Billo
Saw this wee fellow trying to come down the tree and help himself to some fresh vegetables on a table.
Click to view
Raccoons
Bryan Marquess
5 raccoons in Riverside Park waiting for darkness to raid the waste bins.
Click to view
Raccoon
Brenda Doherty
While hiking at Hendrie Valley , I spotted this raccoon in the shallow water,looking up at the people walking over a bridge. I think it was hoping for something to eat. I was glad I had my camera with me , and I managed to take several pictures. He looks like he's smiling!
Click to view
Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
A curious raccoon clings to a tree, Riverview, NB, Canada.
Click to view
Raccoon
George Hachey
Cleaning up to set up for spring photos, I sat beside a large dead tree hoping to see some kind of Bird come out of a hole in the tree. To my surprise, there was a small baby Raccoon inside that tree. After a few days, I went over to find this unique photo of a baby Raccoon laying on his back, taking in the sun.
Click to view
Raccoon
Darcy Gallant
This guy was taking a daytime stroll in the creek behind our house
Click to view
Raccoon - Procyon lotor
Graham Duggan
On a fall walk in the conservation lands of the Royal Botanical Gardens, a curious raccoon was begging for peanuts and food tidbits from people on the boardwalk above, getting its feet wet for a snack. It was an interesting viewpoint to see a raccoon, as we normally witness them running across the street, up in a tree, or cleverly overcoming the latch on the garbage bins. I put the image in black and white to highlight the contrast in the raccoons markings, and the ripples he's creating in the water.
Click to view

Clarence Schramm
Venturing around Stanley Park you may come upon daytime raccoons.
Click to view
Raccoon kit
Christina Hetu
A young raccoon mid morning - way past curfew. Enjoying some nibbles with his sibling high up in a tree in neighbour's yard. A nice and unexpected visit to watch while enjoying backyard morning coffee.
Click to view
Raccoon
Marco de Oliveira
Canadian biodiversity in our yard...
Click to view
Raccon
Lisa Susin
Who you looking at? This young guy/gal spotted me as I was walking Maia ( dog ) and started to go up our neighbours tree. My Neighbour told me that he left about an hour later to find a better place to sleep for the day. I think this is the rocky that has been enjoying my bird feeder at night. :) Oh, I didn't know they had blue eye's!!
Click to view
Raccoon
Nancy Brown-Schembri
A mama raccoon keeps careful watch from the edge of our back yard as a professional wildlife removal specialist removes her babies from underneath our deck. The mama raccoon was being aggressive towards our family. The babies were humanely removed then taken to a wildlife rescue centre when mama didn't take them away.
Click to view
Raccoon
Pip Discombe
Came across 4 of these little guys while I was walking my dog. After I took the dog home I came back & they let me get within about 10 feet of them
Click to view
raccoon
Tony Joyce
As much as raccoons have a bad rap of getting up to no good, they are always a treat to see. This one was making his way around the shore as he looked for some lunch.
Click to view
raccoon
Tony Joyce
While out for a walk I saw a raccoon tail hanging out from a hole in a willow tree, there was no movement so I knew he was sleeping. I set up my camera and waited...and waited.. for a very long time. He moved around to get comfortable a few times but I still couldn't see his face. When he woke up it was because a bee started buzzing around him and that gave me the opportunity to take some photos.
Click to view
raccoon
Tony Joyce
I saw this Baby Raccoon's tail hanging out from a tree hole when we were out for a walk but his back was facing me. I waited the longest time for him to turn around or move so I could see his face & then Mother Nature stepped in & a bee woke him up. As you can see in this shot he looks a bit curious of what is buzzing around him but shortly after he went back to napping.
Click to view
Raccoon-(Procyon lotor)
Cameron Baylis
Whilst wandering through Stanley park, Vancouver. I spotted a mother raccoon and three cubs venturing into some brush. I slowly followed and managed to get the whole family comfortable with my presence till eventually one of the cubs came to investigate my lens.
Click to view

Alexis Hayes
A popular Conservation Area in Whitby that gives families the opportunity to get close to nature and learn about the birds and animals that they may not normally see living in the city.
Click to view
Raccoon
Becky Wayte
This little rascal was daintily helping himself to my neighbours garbage. When I went over to see what he was up to he sauntered over to my yard and proceeded to groom himself.
Click to view
Paula Cheese
Paula Cheese
I was walking around one late evening and I heard a sound and then saw this rather large raccoon peeking around a tree
Click to view
Paula Cheese
Paula Cheese
I was walking around one late evening and I heard a sound and then saw this rather large raccoon peeking around a tree
Click to view
Paula Cheese
Paula Cheese
I was walking around one late evening and I heard a sound and then saw this rather large raccoon peeking around a tree
Click to view
Raccoon - Procyon lotor
James Hawley

Click to view
Procyon lotor - Common Raccoon
Arun Dayanandan
While my friend and I were out birding at one of our favourite wetlands, we spotted a raccoon mid-tree pose. We don't know who was more surprised - us or the raccoon!
Click to view
RACCOON
BRENDA DOHERTY
while walking at Hendrie Valley in Hamilton, I went along a boardwalk and came to a bridge. Below the bridge in the shallow water there were several raccoons.Some people were throwing peanuts to them and so I snapped a few pictures at the same time.
Click to view
Raccoon
Megan Lorenz
Young Raccoon watching me from a comfortable distance in Ontario.
Click to view
Raccoon
Corrin Dodman
These two little ones came into our backyard every day to eat some apples, they never left each other's side. We named them Loki and Sif and we hope they both are safe and happy, together.
Click to view
RACCOON
BRENDA DOHERTY
RACCOON LOOKING INTENSELY AT SOMETHING. BRIGHT EYED.
Click to view
Raccoon
Megan Lorenz
Curious Raccoon Kit watching me from a nearby tree.
Click to view
Raccoon
Deborah Kirkland
This could be the same girl we had in the same tree a couple of years ago.
Click to view
Raccoon
Gabriel Lam
I was walking around Stanley Park and came across these two Raccoon out on a date, and they seem nice enough to pose for a couple of photos.
Click to view
Raccoon
Deborah Kirkland
Their momma made their home in a tree about 5 feet behind our garage. I took this from the window of the garage.
Click to view
Raccoon
Andrew Leyva
Very nervous but curious little guy
Click to view
raccoon
karl umbriaco
raccoon come in the back yard of my lens during fall
Click to view
Raccoon
Megan Lorenz

Click to view
Raccoon
Megan Lorenz

Click to view
Raccoon
Tom Lusk
A young Raccoon forages for crayfish along a rocky shoreline.
Click to view
Raccoon
Andreas Vogt
Because I am a man of snacks, sometimes I also get to be a man of snaps.
Click to view
Raccoon
Brittany Crossman
While hiking I spotted this raccoon in some garbage. As I approached, the raccoon quickly climbed a tree.
Click to view
Raccoons, angry
Shayne Kaye
On a regular walk in the park day, I saw raccoons run up a tree. One cornered another at the end of a branch over the lake, and I sat for two hours waiting for something to happen. Eventually, they fought their way down and ran into the lake to viciously fight.
Click to view
raccoon
Earl Phillips
curious baby raccoon checking me out as I did the same with him
Click to view
Raccoon
Judith Balch
I thought the raccoon walking on the white snow made a sticking photo.
Click to view
Raccoon
Tony Pedley
Racoon at Lost Lagoon.
Click to view
Raccoon
Man-kay KOON
The mother raccoon and its 2 youngs are crosing a falling branch in a pond inside the Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC.
Click to view
Raccoon
Jim Chung
Sleeping raccoon on a tree just outside my office window.
Click to view

Ryan Courson
Just hanging around... On relaxing country drive, something caught my eye on a telephone wire off on the side of the road. As I got closer I realized that it was a Raccoon out on the middle of the wire! Fortunately my camera was in the backseat!
Click to view
Raccoon
Melissa De Long
This was taken while on a hike at Cherryhill Trail..As I was crossing a bridge I saw a group of people looking down into the water. There was a raccoon in the reeds eating peanuts...Thought to myself what a great shot.
Click to view
Raccoon
Marcel van Leeuwen

Click to view
raccoon
lynda Watkins
I looked up and saw a friend napping early on a spring morning!!
Click to view
Raccoon
Holly Heckman
Peek a boo I saw the raccoon going into the fallen hallow log and waited till he came out the other side facing me.
Click to view
Raccoons
Shaun Cassan
I volunteered at AVWS this summer and worked with over 100 raccoons along with other animals that were either abandoned or sick. This picture shows the personalities as Kearney on the right was the biggest of this group and was like a parent watching over the other three little ones as they were either playing with each other or sleeping on top of each other. These four would not have survived without the work of wildlife rehabilitators. This picture was taken in their outdoor enclosure that simulated the wilderness and was taken just before they were set to be released back into the wild.
Click to view
Raccoons
Katy Thompson
I live in a wilderness area of North Vancouver and we get lots of wildlife, my favourites are the racoons, especially the babies like this one
Click to view
Raccoon
Laura Cooper
This baby raccoon was taking up residence in an empty crow nest.
Click to view
Raccoon
Nicole Sennema
Photo of a solo raccoon in Stanley Park, Vancouver.
Click to view
Raccoon
Nicole Sennema
Walking through Stanley Park, there was a nursery of raccoons begging for food. Unfortunately these animals have become used to humans feeding them scraps.
Click to view
Raccoon
Robert Mueller
We've had a family of Raccoons spending the summer with us. In the early days of the young venturing out with mom, we'd spot them after sunrise. They love our bird baths.
Click to view
American Raccoon - Procyon lotor
Ginette Houle
I had to do a double take upon my off-trail walk on the Rigaud mountain. I had heard noises in the trees and while looking up I saw three young ones playing late afternoon and while walking around taking photographs of them I came across one of the parents taking a late afternoon nap in a log. Completely mesmerized, I was amazed of how his feet where, including the charming belly moving slowly up and down with every breath. This guy was out for the count and I stayed there for a half hour before moving on. Will never forget the experience!
Click to view
Raccoon
Sherry Hambly
What are you looking at!
Click to view
Raccoon
Anna Bogucka
A timid raccoon peeking out from behind a tree. Photographed at a local park.
Click to view
Raccoon / Procyon lotor
Sheya Eno
I was walking down the wooded lane behind my house when I heard a noise. I stopped to look and saw this sweet little guy peering out at me from behind a tree.
Click to view
Raccoon
Deanna Kroeker
A mother raccoon pushed her babies up a tree in my back yard. I was doing yard work in the area when pine cones started dropping to the ground near me, so I looked up to see the babies were dropping them. That's when the mother raccoon crawled on top of them to shield them from my view. I managed to get this picture before they disappeared under her.
Click to view
Raccoon
Cliff Nietvelt
Stanley Park provides a rare opportunity to view and photo graph wildlife in one of the world's greatest cities. Racoons are often view as a menace to some. they are very cute and endearing. This young raccoon sat on a rock by a pond while I took a few frames.
Click to view
Raccoon
Cliff Nietvelt
Stanley Park is well know for their racoon population. A group of racoons were being fed by a woman. Several were posturing over the food. I was lucky enough to capture this grumpy fellow.
Click to view
Common Raccoon / Procyon Lotor
kevin nugent
I don't often see raccoons come out in the middle of the day but this one came out for a few minutes to get a few nice shots.
Click to view
Raccoon
Karen Kehler
Two families of raccoons are regular visitors to my aunt's garden. As a visitor to Victoria, I always find it funny that my aunt gets more wildlife sightings (raccoons and deer) from her apartment building than I ever get in my rural area of Ontario. The raccoons loved when she put out a new tub for them to wash/play in!
Click to view
Raccoons
Glenda King
We had a family of 4 or 5 raccoons eating up bird seed and other things and then they were curious and came to the deck of our house. One decided to come really close to our glass door
Click to view
Raccoon
Melanie Beebe
One morning my dog discovered this baby raccoon, and its sibling, in a tree....they were in a crook about 4 feet off the ground but quickly moved higher when they saw the dog....their mother was nowhere to be found.....the next day they had gone
Click to view
Raccoon
Katy Thompson
Mother and baby, they love my backyard and come by everyday just to hang out, I guess they feel very safe with me
Click to view
raccoon (procyon lotor
James Tuckerman
This raccoon spent several minutes scrambling up a tree to reach a hollow nesting spot.
Click to view
raccoon (procyon lotor)
James Tuckerman
The raccoon was foraging in the park during daylight hours, and stopped to watch as I took several photographs.
Click to view

Les Kalman
There was a raccoon on our patio during the day, which typically spells danger due to the rabies risk. However, there were no issues. Our youngest son, Max, was so intrigued that the two would stare at each other through the glass for what seemed like hours. Max was so concerned for the raccoon’s well-being that he instinctively offered the ‘food’ gesture. Truly a magical moment.
Click to view
Raccoons
Sue Morgan
watching/learning from a safe place
Click to view
Raccoons
Bill McMullen
I discovered a mother Raccoon and her three kits while looking for Barred Owls last spring. In this shot, the mother appears to be hugging her kit but in reality, she is pulling back into the safety of the cavity.
Click to view
Raccoons
Bill McMullen
I discovered this family of Raccoons while looking for Barred Owls this past spring just off a walking trail.
Click to view
raccoons
Alyson Coughlan
This was taken at my parents cottage. They will actually eat right out of your hand :)
Click to view
Raccoon
Alexis Hayes
This raccoon wised up that I was taking down my feeders when it got dark and stared coming to my yard as early as 5:00 pm to get at my peanuts.
Click to view
Raccoon
Joseph Hollick
On a hot afternoon in July, this raccoon came out from the chimney and had his nap on top of the chimney which was shaded by some large trees.
Click to view
Roncesvalles autumn
Andres Kahar
On a sudden, upon return home from a walk on a rainy, grey Sunday afternoon, colours exploded upon the wall of our backyard... Punky & I took note.
Click to view
raccoon
Dan Schulze
A noise in the dumpster made us open the lid, and there were three young raccoons saying "Please, Sir, can we have some more?"
Click to view
Raccoon and Red Rock Crab
Mathieu Dumond
On vacation, I was having breakfast when I saw this raccoon on the shore. I used a small inflatable boat to approach from the sea and shot a good series of pictures of this raccoon foraging.
Click to view
Raccoon
Bailey Trudgeon
I was walking with my family through a wooded area and someone said 'Hey Bailey, come take a picture of this dead tree.' After snapping a couple pictures I looked at the photos again and replyed 'This isn't all dead.'
Click to view
raccoon (Procyon lotor)
Hilary Reid
We were sometimes visited by a family of raccoons this summer who were interested in our backyard pond. This endearing baby raccoon surprised me by standing up on his hind legs in order to bat around a fern frond with his little paws. I was very fortunate to be sitting nearby on the grass, so I snapped his photo.
Click to view
raccoon (Procyon lotor)
Hilary Reid
This lovely mother raccoon and her two babies would occasionally visit our backyard pond this past summer to get a drink. One afternoon I was fortunate enough to be sitting nearby when they came, and I managed to capture this informal family portrait.
Click to view
Raccoon family
Rob Mueller
Late Spring I am always delighted to find a few Raccoon families in the neighbourhood. Its something I look forward to every late May.
Click to view
North american raccoon
I Dragotescu

Click to view
North american raccoon
Iulian Dragotescu

Click to view
Raccoon
Mary Armstrong
I wondered why the motion sensor light remained on when I let my dog back inside after her morning constitutional at 5am...
Click to view
Raccoons
Kristi Pedersen
These babies were having a great time in my backyard one night.
Click to view
Raccoon
Dave Stacey
A raccoon fishing in a Stanley Park lake.
Click to view
raccoon
sigi zrinscak
looking out my office window I caught a raccoon quenching it's thirst at my birdbath... couldn't resist photographing!
Click to view
Raccoon
Andi Leslie
This little guy found a nice place to relax on a sunny day. I couldn't pass up the opportunity to get a picture of this cutie
Click to view
raccoons
Louise Niven
Two baby raccoons out exploring round their barn. We suspect Mom was sleeping somewhere as she was nowhere in sight. These two were inseperable.
Click to view

Ross Farrow
Out walking when I noticed this cute little fellow waiting for someone to put garbage in or at least open the spring door.
Click to view
Raccoon
Bill McMullen
While looking for songbirds to photograph I had the strange feeling I was being watched. I glance up to look at a nearby tree and there was a Raccoon staring at me.
Click to view
raccoon/procyon lotor
mickey watkins
little bandits young raccoons playing on a log in my garden , mother scurried away , young followed her quickly after i took their pic. ,i usually have my camera handy , just for these precious moments.
Click to view
raccoon
Robert Hunsley
This raccoon climbed into the tree and rested after feeding near by
Click to view
Raccoon
Jeanie Flanagan
friendly raccoon that comes to visit each evening
Click to view
Raccoon
Catherine Trudeau
These babies were chasing each other until they noticed me on the other side of my gate, then they wanted a closer look.
Click to view
Raccoon
Gail Bowes
Taking a walk in the beautiful Mount Royal Cemetery, I had a good chuckle when I snapped this raccoon and called this photo "Just Hanging Around "
Click to view
Raccoon
Marg Werden
These two young raccoons were in the middle of the road and in danger of being killed, so I nudged them into the ditch to hopefully get them out of harm's way.
Click to view
Raccoon
David Tingley
Two regular visitors to my grandparents back deck eating sunflower seeds under the moon
Click to view
Raccoon
Tania Simpson
I was at a cabin when I heard the sound of a cooler being moved around. I looked outside and saw this adorable guy.
Click to view
city raccoon
Colleen Clancy
Every evening a family of raccoons came to roll in my newly planted impatiens garden. I gave up replanting and took pleasure in their delight instead.
Click to view
raccoons
Lynn Heinitz
Mom and kits checking out weather after a heavy rainstorm from an upper deck in our backyard
Click to view
Raccoon
Patricia Sharpe
An albino raccoon and its siblings stealing my cat's food in my backyard.
Click to view
Raccoon
Patricia Sharpe
Found these little bandits munching on my cat's food and noticed the 4 babies with their mother. As you can see one is an albino so I got my camera and took this picture. I have never seen an albino raccoon before.
Click to view
raccoon family
Anne Fearon-Wood

Click to view
Raccoon
Robin Powell
Taking a break along a hiking trail in Spencer's Gorge when i spotted this younster who i guess had just spotted us .. :)
Click to view
raccoon (Procyon lotor)
Robin Carson

Click to view
raccoon (Procyon lotor)
Robin Carson
Near the end of April we had the misfortune of coming across two orphaned raccoons. Since then we have let nature take it's course but they would show up starving in our backyard. we have fed them seeds,peanuts, kitty chow and peanut and jam sandwiches since.