At a home in the Bernal Heights neighborhood in San Francisco, a Mother raccoon and three kits were living between two buildings. The homeowner called Mr. Raccoon, a no kill raccoon removal service to evict the raccoons which were causing a lot of disturbance in the night. As the other exits were blocked, I set up cameras to photograph the mother leaving the crawl space as she set off to find food for the night. Raccoons and extremely savy finding places to raise kits and stay out of site during the day, even in urban San Francisco.
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Why Cities Are Going Wild - National Geographic
Why Cities Are Going Wild - photographed on assignment for National Geographic Magazine's July 2022 issue.