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CDC - Parasites - Features - Springtime for Raccoons: Be aware of <em>Baylisascaris procyonis</em>

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Raccoons emerge from their winter dormancy (sleep) and become more active in the spring. They begin scavenging for food and searching for a mate. This means raccoons may be around your home more often in the spring.

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