Vote For Your Favourite Charity

FedEx is running a winter promotion giving you the chance to vote for your favourite charirty.

Procyon Wildlife would appreciate your support. We have a chance to win $5,000, which would really help us in our efforts to rescue and rehabilitate wildlife.

Please vote, and encourage your friends and family to vote also. Thank you.

Click the picture below to vote.







A Look Back at 2015

It has been a very busy year at Procyon Wildlife. Of course, the most important thing we do is rescue, rehabilitate and release hundreds of animals every year.

We could not do this without the generous donations of our supporters, and the long hours put in by our volunteers.

This year we took in a record number of animals. In addition, we are pleased that these significant events happened in 2015:
  • Security webcams were installed
  • Six new raccoon enclosures were constructed
  • A privacy fence for the deer yard was installed
  • Two new nurseries were built upstairs
  • We hosted our first annual golf tournament
  • Our first annual craft and bake sale was a big success
  • A trailer for our intern residences was purchased and installed on the property
  • We had a German student do her volunteer internship with us
  • Our website was redesigned
We are looking forward to what the future brings!


Are You a Winner?


Our Christmas Craft and Bake Sale, organized by Lynn Perrier, was a big success! Thank you to everyone who supported us, in so many different ways.

Some raffle ticket winners have not yet picked up their prize. They can do so at Pyne Hills Veterinary Hospital (99 Queen Street South, Tottenham). Be sure to bring your ticket stub with you.

The following numbers have not yet been claimed:


0163755
0164015
0164009
0163766
0163772

Christmas Bake and Craft Sale Photos







Thank You!

Thank you for helping us make our first Christmas Sale a success. Thank yous go to the vendors and to our volunteers, the ones who baked and donated crafts and especially to the hard-working volunteers who spent two days setting up, selling and taking everything down at the end.