Come Shop and Help Wildlife at the Same Time!

Procyon's first Christmas sale is lining up to be spectacular.
We have over twenty vendors offering unique items which will cover your whole shopping list. Artists, beautiful Christmas wreaths and decorations, the cutest handmade hats for children, handmade jewelry, lots for the four legged members of your family including handmade beds and gift baskets, whimsical handmade pillows with creative and fun slogans, handmade soap, hand dipped chocolate, candles, and beautiful knitted hats and scarves. You can even sample some imported tea.
We have a chef serving lunch, hot chocolate & hot apple cider and a raffle with prizes every hour. Raffle Tickets are only $3.00 each or 2 for $5.00. You will be thrilled because each prize is worth a lot more than $3.00.
Shopping at our Christmas sale helps save wildlife. Learn how Procyon rescues and rehabilitates. Did you know it costs around $7000 a season just for the formula we need for babies who will start coming in the beginning of the year.
We are proud of what we do and we want to share it with you.
Free admission, free parking

Wildlife Calendars Make A Thoughtful Christmas Gift

Pictures of wildlife animals from twenty-four wildlife centres across Ontario.

All of these animals have been cared for and released back into the wild. 

The calendar is 8.5” x 11” (11” x 17” flat) and costs a minimum donation of $15.00. 

If interested, please contact

They are also available at our centre.

Thank You!

Procyon Wildlife supporters are the best! We asked, you gave... The animals love these treats!

Please Save Your Halloween Decorations For Us!

After Halloween, if you have pumpkins, corn stalks or straw that you are going  to get rid of, please remember the animals that are staying at Procyon for the winter. 

Thank you!

Lots of Animals Still At Procyon Wildlife

This youngster is sitting on top of his nest box enjoying the last of the milder weather. 

Soon he will be happy to spend his days inside that box.

photo courtesy of Jennifer Howard Photography