It’s no secret to any of the volunteers who work at the centre with Elizabeth Trickey, Procyon Wildlife volunteer and writer for the Procyon Post, that raccoons are her favourite critters! So we were not surprised at all that she
by Elizabeth Trickey Read Time: Approx. 9 minutes. Such a big country, and so many places to put down roots. Where would it be best to raise a family? The city? The suburbs? Or a relaxing spot in cottage country?
by Jennifer Howard Baby season is in full swing already with about a month’s head start this year. Our first baby raccoon arrived at the Centre March 13th; its eyes closed, followed by 7 more a few days later. Then
by Jennifer Howard March 13th Squeakers is our first baby raccoon of the season; eyes closed and hungry. He is growing quickly and doing very well. He arrived in mid-March, and soon after that seven more baby raccoons arrived at
By Debra Spilar Raccoons & Diseases….Now that baby season has arrived, we need to talk about diseases. In particular, raccoons and Baylisascaris. It is an intestinal roundworm commonly found in raccoons that can infect a variety of other animals, including
Check out the latest feature Procyon Wildlife is offering! Livestreaming of our animal enclosures! We have a four-way camera system that is live on YouTube. Visitors will be able to view our Squirrel, Opossum, Raccoon and Deer enclosures. Our cameras