Jen Howard to present Slideshow on August 7th at the Belle Ewart Legion!

Procyon Wildlife volunteer Jen Howard will be holding an informative slideshow on foxes on  Saturday August 7th at 6:30pm  at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 547, 1017 Robinson Street, Belle Ewart (Innisfil), L0L 1C0, off Ewart Street.

For more details, you can see Jennifer’s posts on Facebook pages Alcona Chats or Procyon Wildlife.

Don’t miss this important seminar to learn more about foxes and how serious mange can be if left untreated!

Fundraising Partners!

Procyon Wildlife is extremely grateful for the support of the following fundraising partners. Protect  yourself and your family with non-medical masks from Wonderbunnie Designs and wash your laundry with the eco-friendly way with TruEarth laundry strips.

Shannyn Kelly of Wonderbunnie Designs is donating $5.00 from every order placed of Wonderbunnie products! ONGOING PROMO

For purchases, click on the image below or our special fundraising link: ONGOING PROMO

The August 2021 Procyon Post is Ready!

Click on this text to read the August issue of the Procyon Post!

This month, Procyon Volunteer Elizabeth Trickey writes about bats and their place in our ecosystem. International Bat Day is Saturday, August 28th, but we will be celebrating this unique animal for the entire month! Help us celebrate this amazing creature by sponsoring a bat. Our sponsorship programs begin at $35.00.

Procyon volunteer Jennifer Howard gives us some practical advice in her article called How to Coexist with Wildlife.

On August 14th, Procyon Wildlife will be participating in Bolton’s Journey of Hope Vendors’ Market. The market goes from 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm. We will have for sale delicious baked goods baked by our volunteers, baseball hats with our logo, scented candles by Sabrina, handmade greeting cards by artist Kathryn Allyn, framed photos by Jennifer Howard wildlife photography and many more items! Wonderbunnie Designs, an avid supporter of Procyon Wildlife, will also be there and will have for sale non-medical masks and other beautiful handmade items. Don’t miss this fun FREE event with lots of great LIVE FREE MUSIC in the evening!

There are many facets to running an animal care centre, besides animal care. We are looking for someone to do our garbage pickup, telephone volunteers and people to help with website posting and administration. If you are, or someone you know, is interested in becoming a volunteer at Procyon, please contact us at

Thank you for your continued support of Procyon Wildlife’s goal toward rescuing, rehabilitating, and releasing our injured and orphaned Ontario wildlife back to their natural habitat.


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