by Angela van Breemen On the news each year, we hear about the dwindling numbers of pollinators. I was dismayed to recently read that the overwintering Monarch butterflies in Mexico had decreased by 53%. In an article released on March
In the May issue of the Procyon Post, we wrote about the little raccoon, Kai and his siblings, who sadly did not make it. Since our readers have been asking about how Kai is doing, Procyon Volunteer Joanne Scott has
Well, here we are again. Another month has gone by with Covid-19 still upon us. Masks are becoming the norm for most of us. And baby wildlife is coming out of the woodwork. I do a weekly 6-hour phone shift
This red-bellied woodpecker was stuck to lanternfly paper. Woodpeckers, squirrels and other animals are getting stuck on the sticky tape used to trap spotted lanternflies and other flies. Animals that get stuck to this tape often die.
A reminder from Ontario Trumpeter Swan Restoration about why feeding bread or popcorn to waterfowl, especially young birds, can be harmful.
Products marketed to kill rodents are threatening the lives of the wildlife that eat them as poisons travel up the food chain. As the poison moves up the food chain the dosages get higher and higher. Since it appears that