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 **Click here for special information regarding recent Bobcat and Coyote sightings, posted Feb. 19, 2013.**

RabbitCarrollton is home to many different species of wild animals. Although none pose a significant threat to their human neighbors. These animals include armadillo, beavers, bobcats, coyotes, foxes, raccoons, rodents, skunks, and others.

 

  

 

 

Some tips to keeping a wild animal from taking up residence in your yard or attic:

  1. Close all trash containers
  2. If you feed your pet outside remove any remaining food before nightfall 
  3. Store compost in proper containers
  4. Keep weeds and grass cut short especially near fences or walls 
  5. Ensure wood piles are stored in proper bins
  6. Ensure your roof and eaves are in good condition, even small holes need to be covered.
  7. Cap your chimney, and cover all vents with a commercial product or a wire mesh to keep animals from nesting.
  8. Keep your garage doors closed in the evenings

Numbers and links to other wildlife sites and rehabilitators

North Texas Wildlife Hotline  940-566-6350
Wildcare of North Texas 817-237-8500
Audubon Hotline 972-480-5370
Heard Wildlife Museum 214-542-5566 
Texas Parks and Wildlife  800-792-1112
Last updated: 2/19/2013 7:17:26 PM