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They, along with the squirrels, always seem to find a way to the birdfeeders! Your raccoon looks like quite an agile one there, an interesting show for you and your cats.

It's funny that we saw more raccoons when we lived in the city than we do now that we live in the woods. We don't have bird feeders or maybe we would have those night-time bandits here, too.

This is actually the first raccoon I've seen here, after two years of living here. I guess I didn't have the proper "lure" before.

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