Northern Raccoon are common throughout most of North America. They are sometimes called masked bandits because of the black markings over their eyes and cheeks. The black is surrounded by white. The rest of their body is grayish brown and they have a black striped tail.
I've only photographed two Raccoons in the wild, both at the same location at different times. The first time was just before noon. The Raccoon was climbing up into a tree to go to sleep. The second time was around nine in the morning and the Raccoon was already sleeping in a different tree.