Rabid Raccoon?

Rabid Raccoon?


TGO Nature Center volunteer, Sandy Juba, received a call from a concerned resident who saw a raccoon on a neighbor’s patio and thought it could be rabid since it was out during daylight hours. Though raccoons are normally nocturnal, they can be out and about during the day. This is not necessarily a sign the animal is rabid. Learn more about these “masked bandits” by clicking on this Raccoons link.


TGO Nature Center – “Living in Harmony with Nature

Contact Us

To reserve the meeting room, contact:

Josiah Monk at Recreation Services for reservations on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings and Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.

Loretta Anne’ for all other times.