Raccoons can be seen in trees this week, taking refuge from the flooded Yolo Bypass. California Department of Fish and Game officials are telling concerned residents the raccoons are acclimated to floodplains and don’t need rescue.
Raccoons can be seen in trees this week, taking refuge from the flooded Yolo Bypass. California Department of Fish and Game officials are telling concerned residents the raccoons are acclimated to floodplains and don’t need rescue. Courtesy of Heather Jorgensen
Raccoons can be seen in trees this week, taking refuge from the flooded Yolo Bypass. California Department of Fish and Game officials are telling concerned residents the raccoons are acclimated to floodplains and don’t need rescue. Courtesy of Heather Jorgensen

Rescue raccoons from flooded bypass? No need, experts say

January 19, 2017 05:34 PM

UPDATED January 22, 2017 09:40 AM

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