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Never a Dull Moment

Never a Dull Moment

Wildlife Rehabilitation. What’s that and how does it work? I’d love to help, what can I do? These are the type of questions we get all the time from people; some have no idea what we do. One lady on a phone call we received, had an injured animal. She was so afraid of it and didn’t know what to do. …

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The Unique and Remarkable Raccoon!

Raccoons are often misunderstood and perceived as vermin by those who do not appreciate that every species, every life, plays its own personal role in our ecosystem.

This perception can be changed. It can be changed by conscientious humans just like yourself. A human cannot truly appreciate something that isn't understood so let's CHANGE THAT! Share …

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Meadow the Fox goes free!

Meadow the Fox goes free!

About 6 weeks ago a little fox came into our care with a severe case of mange. A sweet little soul who found his way to some caring humans for help. They contacted us and we got him to Procyon. He spent a few weeks inside the Center in the vet room; quiet and not bothered and getting special care …

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Thank you to our Supporters

If you are not acquainted with the folks who support us, please visit this link: https://www.procyonwildlife.com/corporate-sponsors-2/

You never know, you may be looking for just the type of goods and services these companies offer!

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Procyon needs your help more than ever! With the COVID-19 crisis, we are asking people not to bring animals to the centre without calling first. This means we need help from people to operate our phone lines from the safety of their home.

If you or someone you know might have a few extra hours per day to answer our hotline phones, please contact us at info@procyonwildlife.com

We will provide remote telephone training.

THE HOURS we need for telephone service are
Monday through to Sunday:     
8:00am-2:00pm or 2:00pm-8:00pm

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Rabies Surveillance as of November 2020

We are currently at 480 cases of raccoon strain, and 21 cases of fox strain rabies in Ontario since 2015.

For the full report and area map click here.

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Procyon Wildlife Intern Program - It's not too early to start thinking about 2021!

Do you need experience in order to get into an animal care program or to fulfill college requirements? Full time, volunteer Intern positions are available year round, at Procyon Wildlife in Beeton, Ontario. Contracts are from 2-6 months. Please find details of this program, as well as the application, at https://www.procyonwildlife.com/procyon-wildlife-internship-program/

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If you encounter a wild animal which you believe needs help, please call us first at 905.729.0033

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Procyon remains open with a skeleton staff.

If you encounter a sick, injured or orphaned wild animal, please call first at 905-729-0033 and leave a message.

Your call will be returned by our phone volunteers ASAP.

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Looking for the perfect Christmas Gift?

Please check out NOVICA for beautiful and unique items. For every item sold, the PROCYON WILDLIFE CENTRE, located in Beeton (just north of Toronto), receives 25%!

At Procyon, we care for these animals until they can be released back into the wild. We are thrilled to be partnered with NOVICA, which in turn, is associated with National Geographic.

Don't forget to shop at Novica for beautiful gifts that are sure to please! https://www.novica.com/procyonwildlife/

OR visit our Procyon ONLINE Store...

https://www.procyonwildlife.com/shop/

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Procyon's Wish List

We have updated our wish list! To view it please  click here

Did you that we also have a Procyon Wish List on Amazon.ca? One of the items which we need are medial storage organizers to help us keep our patients' rooms organized with supplies needed. Ideally, we need two per room for a total of 14 required.

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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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