By Debra Spilar January 28th, 2022 What a day…….it started at -17 degrees when we get a call that a raccoon has been injured in Alliston, possibly hit by car and bleeding. Our volunteer Melissa heads up to see if
FERNS & FEATHERS recently featured Procyon Willdife about foxes. In the article written by Vic MacBournie, wildlife photographer and Procyon volunteer, Jennifer Howard discusses the high number of foxes suffering from mange in 2021 and Sarah Marrs Bruce, talks about
Did you know? We have a wide assortment of videos on our YouTube channel showing the wildlife in our care and of releases of animals back the wild! We also have numerous educational videos. We also have four-way live feed
On January 26th, Sarah Marrs-Bruce, our Animal Care Assistant, had a busy afternoon with our great friends and supporters at the National Wildlife Centre Canada. Two of our recent mangy foxes needed small surgeries for frostbite damage. They are now
Not all birds fly south in the winter, not all mammals hibernate, and not all humans embrace the winter months. Some of us look forward to the snow and cooler climate.
At the moment, we have more bats at Procyon, than we usually have. They appeared to have awakened and opted to end up in people’s homes. With the cold, snowy weather we are having, they just might be enjoying those