This is an exciting time of year for us. Most of our animals have been released. Exploring, climbing trees, digging in streams, under stumps, checking out their dens, and reuniting with families. The perfect releases. Maybe you even get a
Come out for a fun day and get photos taken of you and kids and pets by Jen Howard, Procyon Wildlife volunteer and wildlife photographer! proceeds of this fundraiser will go toward the care of wildlife at the Centre.
For young artists and nature lovers, have fun participating in Nature Canada’s wonderful drawing contest! It’s a great way to learn about wildlife and their natural environment.
by Elizabeth Trickey Most pet owners will agree that their furry friends have distinct personalities, that they display many different emotional responses to situations. Dogs show excitement when you get home, guilt when they’ve been caught chewing your favourite slippers,
Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease This is a horrible disease that affects only rabbits. Domestic and wild. After exposure, it takes only 1 to 4 days for the onset of this disease. At first, the symptoms may go unnoticed. Fever, they lose
Procyon survives on donations, fundraising and grants. We currently are looking for people to assist our short staffed team of grant writers. Unfortunately a lot of funding opportunities for Procyon may be missed because we simply cannot keep up with