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    Bird Tawk by Tina Mitchell

    Northern Flicker—Unusual Toes, a Long Tongue and a “Chiseling” Beak Once upon a time, North America had 2 major flicker species—the more eastern Yellow-shafted Flicker and the...

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    What’s a Typical Day Like at Greenwood?

    Guest blogger Rachel Ames asks that very question. Read more about her observations! Read more…

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    Wild Night for Wildlife – Sept. 25, 2015

    Join us on Sept. 25 at the UCAR Event Center for Greenwood’s seventh annual Wild Night for Wildlife! An evening of FUN and FUNDRAISING to benefit Colorado’s sick,...

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    Babies arriving daily-
    we need YOUR help!

    Baby season is our busiest time of the year. From April through October, we need lots of gentle hands to help care for baby mammals, songbirds, waterfowl...

Welcome to Greenwood!

Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a nonprofit organization that is devoted to the rehabilitation and release of orphaned, injured and sick wildlife. We are the largest wildlife rehabilitation center of this kind in Colorado, each year treating approximately 2,300 mammals and songbirds representing more than 135 different wildlife species.

We also provide outreach programs for audiences of all ages regarding rehabilitation, humane solutions to human-wildlife conflicts, and how you can help Colorado’s wildlife.

We’re so glad you’ve stopped by. Please help us save Colorado’s orphaned and injured wildlife today!