You never know what to expect at Greenwood. In the busy season we usually receive an average of 10-15 animals coming through our door a day. So when Animal Control showed...

As told by veteran volunteer Ellie Peevler Several years ago, a woman from Louisville brought a baby squirrel to Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. Evidently, the baby squirrel’s nest had been disturbed...

December 2008 – So many of the successful Greenwood tales are those of compassion and perseverance. The story of the Swift Fox, a species rare to Colorado, is no exception. Found...

March 2007 – was a cold winter and the harsh weather compromised food sources and the health of many animals. During bitter cold weather, when many water sources are frozen, ducks...

Did you know that there are some birds that actually can’t walk on land? Some water birds such as grebes and loons are excellent swimmers and divers. Their legs are farther...

January 2006-This is the time of year when many people turn their attention to chimneys. The cold weather finds many of us seeking warmth from these vestibules, and young children begin...

In October 2004, Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center treated a black crow with a unique condition, especially for a wild bird. The crow was suffering from nicotine addiction. Before coming to Greenwood,...

By Ellie Peevler, Spring 2004 Spring 2004-Now in my 13th season of volunteering at Greenwood, I’ve been involved in a number of releases but had never seen any coons released, and...