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To see an animation of how this pattern is made, click on the picture. Natural History of Raccoons. Raccoons are familiar animals with masked faces and ringed tails. They have five toes on both the front and hind feet. Their long, dexterous fingers enable them to open latches, untie knots, turn doorknobs, and open jars.

Their prints look like tiny human baby handprints and footprints. They are primarily nocturnal and thrive in many cities as well as wilderness areas. They are very intelligent and adaptable animals.

Their tracks are commonly found near water. Where you find water, you find mud, which is an excellent medium for studying tracks. It is widely believed that raccoons always "wash" their food. This is not true. They exhibit a behavior called "dabbling" in which they dunk their food in water. This helps enhance their sense of touch and helps them find food underwater by feeling with their sensitive fingers. It also enables them to sort out items that are not edible.

During cold weather, raccoons will sleep for several days, but do not hibernate. Raccoon scat is tubular and blunt on the ends. Three to six young are born in a hollow tree den in April or May. Their eyes open at three weeks. They remain in the den for two months. Young stay with the mother until the following spring. Raccoons are well known for their curiosity and mischievousness. This raccoon kit is only a few weeks old. It became separated from its mother when I walked out a door and startled it.

I shooed it back toward her. Photos of the raccoon kit that got separated from its family. I snapped these photos before shooing it back toward them. Left front track of a raccoon on a mud flat next to a river. Left hind track of a raccoon on a mud flat next to a river. A pair of raccoons who visited me.

They were in search of food, of course. Right hind track of a raccoon in mud. The hind feet have a longer heel. It does not always make an imprint though. Perfect right hind track of a raccoon in mud. This one shows very complete details, including some claw marks. Claw marks don't show in all tracks.

A track from the right front foot of a raccoon. The left front pawprint of a raccoon. This print lacks claw marks, which do not always show up in the tracks. A nice left hind footprint in muddy sand. There are few claw marks, even though the coon sunk into the sand a bit. A very nice set of raccoon tracks on a mud flat. This is a perfect location to find their tracks, as they are generally near water, but not always. A perfect set of raccoon tracks. The front print shows the claw marks.

Another nice trail showing the raccoon's typical gait. Hind track is next to front track. This muddy river bank yielded many fine tracks, such as these raccoon, gray fox, spotted sandpiper, and killdeer prints.

The gray fox traveled from right to left. The raccoon went from bottom to top. The killdeer and sandpiper meandered all over. Another good raccoon gait pattern, in wet sand. This one has some berry material in it. It was found among gravelly rocks on a river bank. Latrine on a water meter cover used by raccoon and gray fox. This latrine is near a food source - a dumpster behind a cafeteria at a school. Close up of the raccoon scats deposited in the latrine.

Berry seeds from nearby blackberry plants are evident. The tracks of a raccoon, gray fox, and opossum cross this mud flat.

Personal Notes on Raccoons. The coon to the left was in a tree outside my house one night. He sniffed the air, hoping I would toss him something good to eat. Here is a picture of a raccoon print on my truck window. I was camping at Patrick's Point State Park and had some food in the car. When I looked around the campsite in the morning, I found raccoon tracks all over my truck.

This print was on a window. Looking for a way to get to the food, the 'coon had tried every window to see if any were open. Raccoon in a tree. Here are some pictures of the raccoon family. As I stated earlier, I have found raccoon tracks in numerous places. Two of the most unlikely places were the backyard of my home in Whittier, California, and in the riverbed of the Los Angeles River in downtown Los Angeles. Both locations were far from the wilderness areas we usually expect to see these animals in.

I was a young naturalist when I found the prints in Whittier. The raccoon had climbed over a cinderblock wall to get into our backyard. It left several good prints in the soft garden soil. It then went over to the plastic swimming pool cover, which was full of water because it was winter. In the dirt that had accumulated under the water on top of the pool cover, I found the trail of the raccoon. All five toes were clear. The animal had walked around, curiously investigating this new body of water.

Perhaps it took a drink before it climbed back over the wall and went on its way. I had a hard time convincing people that those really were raccoon tracks. They, like most of us, believe that animals live in the wilderness, that the city is too sterile for animals to live there. As a side note, no one believed me when I saw a coyote run down the street in front of the house either. Neither did they believe that there were opossums climbing around on the telephone lines outside.

But, the animals are there. If you know what their tracks look like and learn a little bit about their habits, you may be able to find them near your home too. In the bed of the Los Angeles River, with a busy freeway overpass humming with traffic above, train tracks along both banks, and cars and people everywhere, I found the tracks of a raccoon.

There were other raccoon tracks as well. These animals were living surrounded by humanity and civilization, yet their existence was secret. Hopefully, this web page will help you learn how to recognize those signs. In this picture, the raccoon had been walking along the river bank. It decided to sit here for a moment before continuing on.

The two longer prints in the upper right of the photo are the hind feet. The other two are the front feet. I didn't find any indication of why the 'coon decided to sit here. Maybe it just wanted to rest or check out the river, looking for something to eat.

The tips of the toes are bulbous. Claws may or may not leave marks.

Whittier, California - Wikipedia

The racial makeup of Whittier was 55, Hispanic or Latino of any race were 56, persons The Census reported that 83, people There were 28, households, out of which 11, There were 1, 6. The average household size was 2. There were 20, families The population was spread out with 21, people The median age was For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were There were 29, housing units at an average density of 2, The homeowner vacancy rate was 1.

As of the census [19] of , there were 83, people, 28, households, and 20, families residing in the city. There were 28, housing units at an average density of 1, The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were There were 28, households out of which In the city, the population was spread out with The median age was 33 years.

Nelles Youth Correctional Facility. Whittier's Redevelopment Agency has numerous projects underway to revitalize the community. The city still waits to attract more well known businesses and open new residential town homes with the revival of its Uptown district. In addition, the agency is working on developing a acre 1. The master plan was adopted in June by the City Council. The local newspaper is the Whittier Daily News.

According to the City's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, [26] the top employers in the city are:. There are a variety of bus routes operating within the city with Metro , Foothill Transit , Montebello Bus Lines and the Norwalk Transit being the leading bus lines used within the city. The city also has a variety of roads. Currently, over [27] officers are assigned to patrol the city streets.

The Services Division operates 24 hours a day, days a year, staffing communications and records functions around the clock. This permits continuous support to patrol and investigational activities. Boyer was a veteran of more than 25 years serving the city of Whittier. In October , the dedication of the new, spacious police station was held. Voters had previously rejected a raise in their utility tax, so the delay in building was a matter of finding funding.

Included in the new station is a more modern jail, air conditioning, upgraded radio and communications systems and more space for the department offices and private interview rooms. Chief Singer celebrated his efforts by retiring that day, and leaving behind the attractive new building for his officers and community. With an initial collection of 60 books and magazines, the library facilities began in the Woody Building as a reading room, maintained by Mr. Hester in exchange for space for his telegraph office.

In , a Carnegie grant funded the construction of the building at Bailey and Greenleaf that many Whittierites fondly remember. As the city expanded, a larger library was needed, and the Friends of the Library organized in to raise money for a new building. Through their efforts, and those of the board members, librarians, and citizen fund raising groups, the new library was completed at the Washington Avenue site in May In , service was further expanded with the construction of the Whittwood Branch Library on Santa Gertrudes Avenue.

The city also has three private Catholic elementary schools, K Whittier Friends School includes a licensed preschool and an elementary school TK-6th grade.

Trinity Lutheran School, [38] a ministry of Trinity Lutheran Church, serves kindergarten through eighth grade. Plymouth Christian School, [40] a ministry of Plymouth Church, serves preschool through sixth grade.

Higher education institutions in the area include Rio Hondo College , which lies just outside the city, Southern California University of Health Sciences , and historic Whittier College. Nelles Youth Correctional Facility served as a state reform school for boys and girls until , when the girls were moved elsewhere. Opened in before Whittier was incorporated, Nelles was the longest-running state school for juvenile offenders in California and has been declared a California State Historical Landmark.

It closed on May 27, , and the facility was used as a television filming site. In , Brookfield Residential Properties announced plans for a large retail, commercial and residential project on the site. Although over 50 buildings will be demolished, discussions have focused on how many of the eight historic buildings should be preserved. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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