A lot of predators mark their territory by peeing on its borders. Lol, I’d suggest using something other than urine as a raccoon repellent though, here’s a cool ultrasonic raccoon repellent on Amazon or scroll to the bottom of this article for a DIY pepper spray repellent. In many cases, after all, it’s hard to know if they’re responding to our urine or our other body odors, especially if we don’t follow a scent-control program. Apparently, the scent of human urine (again, early morning pungent pee) can keep animals such as cats, foxes, and rabbits away from your garden. A good site for supplies Attractant or repellant, it’s hard to predict how human urine consistently affects prey animals. It’s also misleading to think a coyote couldn’t hop over a 5 foot tall wall with a roller when coyotes can hop over 6ft walls. Ive said it before, but a radio set to talk radio helps. Such marking is taken as a “do not trespass” message. Clearly she’s out of touch. It basically says, "this space is taken and if you cross the line there will be trouble". Only one—a class of proteins found in urine and other secretions known as Mups, for major urinary proteins—elicited the same fear response as the whole predator scent in the mice. Coyotes are prey for wolves, so urine coming from predators, like that is certainly a deterrent, but in theory something like the urine of a predator would work." Human urine has no special animal repellent qualities. As with any garden product, however, you should wash hands carefully after handling. It makes use of the fact that males mark territory with urine. It will also deter rabbits, deer, etc. Most predators hear a human voice and give the area a wide berth. Notice how Fox says get your urine from animal rehabbers, not a fur farm. For example, wildlife biologist Dr. James Kroll found there are at least 90 different compounds in doe urine. What is Ammonia. This hasn’t been tested by anyone I know and could just be hearsay, but it could be worth a try! Research has shown, however, that the smell of human urine does not noticeably affect deer, if it affects them at all. Safe Use of Animal Urine Products Predator urine products are 100 percent natural, will not pollute the environment and is non-toxic to pets. There are unique chemicals, pheromones and hormones found in deer urine, making it not only distinct from human urine, but unique from deer to deer. The target animals main predator urine WILL help. Peeing around a campsite is basically marking territory. Coyote urine for anything a Yote hunts....find it on trapping supply websites, very easy to get. Place the predator urine in any obvious tunnels the moles have dug. One research project with penned deer had the researchers spraying all sorts of things into scrapes to see which deer liked best. So in theory, yes, human urine does keep raccoons away. This will sound strange, but adult male human urine has hormones in it that repels other mammals.