Nat Geo has produced a video featuring John Hadidian, who has studied raccoon behavior in urban settings and solving conflicts for many years. The type of exclusion depicted in the video is the type of work SCRAM! does in Dublin to help with animals in buildings, homes or yards.
Staff at Ohio Wildlife Center, which administers the SCRAM! program trained with John, learning these same techniques which have been employed now for over 15 years. One reason SCRAM! is such a good fit for Dublin is that these humane wildlife management methods are in line with our environmental conservation and wildlife goals of peacefully coexisting with our wild neighbors.
The video portrays how passively these animals move about in our environment most of the time (not causing any problems) and how easy it is to get them to move out if we need them to, with no harm to the animals, the humans or to the property.