24 Honeycomb Hammocks Donated to Procyon!

We picked up 24 honeycomb hammocks for PROCYON WILDLIFE this week.  These hammocks provide enrichment for our squirrels and opossums.  They love to play in the pockets and fall asleep.  To buy them would cost the centre $35 US each, an expense we could not afford.  Fortunately for us, we made a connection with a local sewer who wants to remain anonymous that donated all of them at no charge.   Thank you for being so generous and caring.

We couldn’t play favourites so we designed a new hammock project today for our raccoons.  They will be quite different than the honeycomb hammocks and a little more challenging but our sewer is determined to make them.

If you know of anyone out there looking for a sewing or knitting project that helps wildlife in Ontario, contact PROCYON WILDLIFE at 905-729-0033 or email us at info@procyonwildlife.com.  I know our animals will certainly appreciate it.



Progress Udpates on this Summer’s babies

Check out the amazing progress our wildlife charges are making, through the eyes of Wildlife Photographer and Procyon Volunteer, Jennifer Howard’s camera lens.

The two little fox kits at Procyon Wildlife getting big and getting their natural wild instincts to catch food and go free. Soon little ones. Freedom awaits.
All photos taken from outside enclosure and zoomed.

Fawns are getting big and strong at Procyon Wildlife Center.

About 4 weeks old these 3 raccoon babes arrived couple days ago. Beautiful. The older ones are getting their vaccinations and will be going free soon. Always something going on.

Squirrels from a couple day old pinky to 1 week to 2 weeks , skunks red squirrel. Little pinky in an incubator to keep him warm. If anyone can volunteer a few hours a week volunteers always needed with these wee babes still coming in.

A few Pepi La Pews still on premises. LOVE skunks.

Baby rabbit being fed