On Sunday morning I went for a hike in the morning twilight at Oak Openings Preserve Metropark near Swanton, Ohio. I came upon the usual white-tailed deer and even some turkeys before stumbling across a raccoon (Procyon lotor, Procyonidae). She bolted for some distant cover as I approached and I lost her in the foliage. I looked back at where she came from and saw two baby raccoons sitting on the ground, looking unsure of what to do.
They kind of mulled around for a few seconds before both started making their way up trees.
After getting these photos I backed off, and the kits scurried down and made their way in the direction of their mother.