Here is what we know. Animals typically move a long way from the release site, and experience a high rate of mortality. Here is a study. https://totalwildlifecontrol.com/documents/relocation-of-city-raccoons.pdf a raccoon study. 50% mortality in first three months. High likelihood of leaving the release site and ending up back in human conflict. Poor body condition following relocation could cause increased mortality in the first winter after relocation, possibly as high as 75% mortality within a year period. http://icwdm.org/wildlife/euthanasia/Relocation.aspx https://www.torontowildlifecentre.c...ildlife/trapping-and-relocating-wild-animals/ https://www.aurora.ca/Live/Documents/Relocating Wildlife.pdf https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2006/08/060819114905.htm Please read these links before even considering relocating wildlife. Check your state regulations, it may be against the law, for good reason. If your state still allows it, don't expect that to last for long. The federal government rabies control programs are putting pressure on states to change their laws to prevent this very inhumane practice. You think you are taking an animal to a happy place where it will live happily ever after. You aren't wrong for wanting to do what seems right, but what seems right in this case is very, very wrong. Chances are they won't stay there, an animal already lives there, they will move, become someone else's problem, spread disease, starve, suffer, fight and die. Not to mention the animal being harder to trap when it kills someone elses chickens, the young that got orphaned when you moved mom, the extra pressure you put on mom when you moved dad, and a host of other things.