Procyon Wildlife has been invited back for the September 25th ADJ-TOS Farmers Market!

We are delighted that we have been invited back once again for the September 25th, Market Day!  If you were not able to come to the last one, here is another chance to visit the Procyon Wildlife stall! We will have more fragrant herbs, plants and our popular BAKED GOODS at the market. Wildlife photographer Jennifer Howard will be supplying a new selection of her cards which feature the 2020 wildlife patients we have had in residence at the Centre!

Stop by and say hello and support Procyon and the wonderful farmers who call Adj-Tos their home and provide us with fresh and healthy food for our tables!



Wonderbunnie Designs launches Non-Medical Mask Fundraiser to Help Proycon Wildlife


Procyon Wildlife is excited to announce that Wonderbunnie Designs has launched a Fundraiser on our behalf. For every mask sold at $10.00 each, 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Procyon Wildlife.

Wildlife Rehabilitation centres, such as Procyon, do not receive government funding so fundraising events are crucial to our survival. Fewer funds mean fewer babies that we can save.

When Shannyn of Wonderbunnie Designs learned that our fundraising events were cancelled due to COVID-19, she decided to lend a helping hand. She is offering stylish reuseable non-medical masks for sale in a variety of different colours and designs.

Unfortunately, for the foreseeable future, the coronavirus is now a sad reality. As a result, many stores and public places are now requiring people to wear face coverings when indoors and when physical distances of 6 feet cannot be maintained.

People are scrambling to get non-medical masks, so why not check out the Wonderbunnie Designs Website and order yours today?

HELP is in YOUR hands!

Everett the Fox makes the news in the Alliston Herald!

This article from the Alliston Herald features the success story of Everett the Fox who had a serious case of mange. Kind hearted citizens from Everett grouped together to capture this fox so that he could be successfully treated at the Procyon Wildlife Centre. Recently Everett was released back into the wilds near Everett.