Sara and Ben will be checking the trap while I’m away, and I’ll update you if and when we get something. I can’t wait for Sara, especially, to meet Trapper Jon. Sara is a data-driven logistics person, and Trapper Jon thinks like a raccoon. Use your imagination.
There is one bit of good news: no sod has been rolled up by the raccoon since the traps were placed. Trapper Jon said that sometimes a raccoon smells other animals caught in the trap and is repelled by the danger. The raccoon still has to go because I can’t have traps in the yard indefinitely, but at least no damage is being done right now.