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Surviving in this Human World

by Jennifer  Howard, Wildlife Photographer & Procyon volunteer

Surviving in this Human World

A lot of people are mistaking distemper for rabies. Since 2015 to now 2019 there have been 457 cases to date of confirmed rabies and they have all been in our more southern areas. Not here. MNRF has a program where they drop bait with rabies vaccine in it for the wild animals to eat therefor getting protection from contracting the decease. It’s been proven by the statistics to be working.  However a man was bitten by a raccoon recently and presumed it rabid and shot it in the head.

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Procyon Wildlife Education Programs,

to teach the young and all, about wildlife.

If you are a parent or a teacher, or the manager of a company or organization, your school or business can benefit from our Wildlife Education Programs.

For more information, please contact us at info@procyonwildlife.com
or call 905.729.0033.

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Volunteers Needed!

Soon, Procyon Wildlife Centre will be flooded with orphaned and injured wildlife. In preparation for this busy season, we are looking for volunteers to care for our wildlife.

If you would like to learn more about becoming a volunteer, please visit our website at https://www.procyonwildlife.com/become-a-volunteer/

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Easter PhotoShoots

Wildlife photographer Jennifer Howard will be available to take spring photos of your kids and your family pets!

Saturday, April 6th, 10am to 3pm; Global Pet Foods-Alliston, 113 Victoria St. West, Alliston

Sunday, April 14th, 10:30am to 3:30pm; Rovili’s Petworld-Bolton, 9 Nixon Road, Unit 6, Bolton

For more details click here

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Procyon Events Calendar

To see what we have planned for this year, please visit our events calendar regularly at https://www.procyonwildlife.com/events-calendar/

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Our Mission: Procyon Wildlife is dedicated to working with our communities in an effort to help wild animals in need of care. Our goals are to rescue, rehabilitate and safely release these animals, and to promote public appreciation for wildlife preservation.

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