Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center—An Intern’s Perspective by Sara Zainer, Greenwood Wildlife Intern (2016) Working as an intern at Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center has been an incredible experience thus far. Greenwood has given me the opportunity to work hands-on with wild animals, not only to save lives, but also to make a positive impact on Colorado’s wildlife community. I personally feel that this experience has allowed me to gain better knowledge and understanding of our wildlife population, how they behave, and what it truly means for them to survive…

Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center—A Volunteer’s Perspective by Deb Johnson, Greenwood Animal Care Volunteer   April 1 I arrived for my Friday evening shift in the nursery and was greeted by 25 hungry faces and two harried volunteers. It was dinnertime and all the squirrels that could, hung from the sides of their cages waiting…impatiently. The “Busy Season” had begun. Having worked through the slower winter months mopping floors, cleaning pens, dishing up fish and meal worms, feeding animals, catching geese and doing endless loads of laundry—the arrival of…