by Laura Burfield, Greenwood Volunteer You may have heard about the terrible incident in which illegally dumped cooking waste contaminated a Lakewood pond and subsequently killed or injured many of the...

Nine-year-old Greenwood Ambassador Explains Why It’s Important to Keep Cats Indoors This Time of Year by Mackenzie Mallon, Greenwood Wildlife Ambassador Hello, My name is Mackenzie Mallon, and I am writing...

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...

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...

Greenwood Volunteer Photographer Rachel Ames gets back to work as the spring babies kick off the official wildlife rehabilitation Busy Season! Click Rachel’s Blog to read all about her first visit...

Meet Fred, an American White Pelican who came to Greenwood last Nov. 21, underweight and fighting an unknown ailment. He’s on the mend and grabbing a place in all of our hearts. You can...

Every year Greenwood sees a handful of orphaned baby Red Foxes. This year we have seen one that was left behind by it’s mother when a dog posed too much of...

This American White Pelican arrived with fish hooks embedded in his beak and feet. Before he arrived, the rescuers removed fishing line that inhibited him from eating. He was emaciated upon...

This beautiful girl was the victim of an all too common occurrence: Trash. She had become entangled in twine left on the ground and when trying to jump over a fence,...

This Double-crested Cormorant was admitted after the Lakewood tornadoes/hail storms a few months ago. His feet are very badly injured and he will have to remain in rehabilitation for quite awhile....