Procyon Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Centre now offers educational programs geared toward school age children and adults interested in learning more about local wildlife. A lot of needless suffering and pain can be eliminated with education about wildlife and by
Spring is almost upon us! And you know what that means? Yup, the amorous efforts of critters are coming to fruition! Soon we may be seeing lots of little furry faces peeking out from nests or from behind momma’s protective body. Nature’s plan is to have these newborns kept safe and sound, at home with their families, until they are ready to learn how to forage for food and to take care of themselves in the wild world.
Stage 1 – prepping the space where our new education trailer will be located for Procyon Wildlife is done. We had to cut down two trees . Awesome job done by Mark, Jennifer, Colin and Debra Spilar. Stage 2 –
Note from the Editor: The following article originally appeared in the October 2019 issue of British Driven, a newsletter for the Headwaters British Car Club, based out of Orangeville, Ontario. Mr. Ed Taccone, also known as Mr. Ed has graciously
Something was brought to my attention in regards to beavers that prompted this article*. I have been most privileged in my photography career to sit on a bank at the side of a pond on more than one occasion and
article and photos by Jennifer Howard I know I sound like a broken record. Every month mentioning the do’s and don’ts. But this is education and since times have been different, we need to make sure you know what to