This is a question I asked myself several times before finally making it to Vancouver and I was given limited resources and when I did look for a page there wasn’t much guidance as to where to find one. So I thought, should my page serve well when it comes to SEO rankings, that I can share my learnings with others as to where are the best place to find raccoons are (from my personal experience).
At first, when I arrived to Vancouver, I was living in East Van and the first raccoon I saw was in the street near a cafe. During that month, I found that was the only encounter with the bandit kind. Perhaps this could take into the fact in January that they were still in hibernation. But I did spend a lot of my time walking in alleys, walking near bins hoping that my lurking would pay off.
When March came around, that is the time I started bumping into these little creatures more and more. In fact, the first time I saw one super close to me I was literally stunned for words – after months at looking at cute videos of raccoons one was right in front of me! It was right by the little bridge by the Railway Cafe in Stanley Park. And then made its way to the trash (I don’t expect any less). I visited back a couple of times and wasn’t able to find one since, but my ultimate hotspot for spotting them is by Lost Lagoon, in Stanley Park:
Most times that I went I would find some! If I didn’t I would find something else, as one time we bumped into a beaver! But for the most part you will be sure to find a trash panda here! Tbh this place is such a hotspot for all wildlife you can all-sorts; herrings, ducks, geese and bats here too!
I hope this post serves you well and I wish you well on your raccoon adventures and hope you manage to find one!