by Jennifer Howard Another year has begun, and our wildlife is already having a rough go of it. It is called mange. A pesky tiny, microscopic mite that burrows under the skin. Then lays its eggs, causing scratching, licking, hair
Check out some of the great videos of animals that have been rehabilitated at the centre over the years. These videos are guaranteed to warm the heart on a cold day such as this! Visit our Procyon Wildlife YouTube Channel!
Article by Elizabeth Trickey There used to be a special day for Moose in January. It hasn’t been celebrated in a few years and I have to wonder, why not? These animals are so Canadian – there are more moose
Check out this press release about Procyon Wildlife written by Brian Lockhart, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, of the New Tec Times.
Welcome to Procyon Wildlife’s newest feature – a weekly article highlighting the special days (or weeks) that are set aside for wildlife. We will share information on the animals that we rehab, but will also write about animals that are
We are excited to announce that Tru Earth is supporting Procyon Wildlife with its fundraising program. For every purchase made through Procyon’s fundraising link, Tru Earth will donate 20% of the proceeds to the centre! CLICK HERE TO ORDER Tru