Help injured and orphaned wildlife by making a voluntary contribution to the Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Cash Fund on your Colorado tax return this year.  For the first time, donating to...

Greenwood is excited to announce the establishment of March 10 as National Wildlife Rehabilitators Appreciation Day (NWRAD) to recognize and raise awareness about the thousands of licensed wildlife rehabilitators across the United...

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...

by Laura Burfield, Greenwood Volunteer While we humans are enjoying the deep dark of Winter, our wild neighbors are getting frisky and heading into their reproductive season. For Greenwood, this means...

The Trouble with Transportation By Cathy Dennerline The phone rings at Greenwood’s front desk. The caller has an injured bird that fell from its nest. They live in Aurora, Colorado. Can...

Baby shower season is upon us, and we need your help collecting supplies for the thousands of baby birds, waterfowl and mammals that will come through our doors this year. We...

Choose from several custom labeled varietals and scents, and $6 from each item purchased will be donated back to Greenwood! Nothing says, “I love you AND my local wildlife” like giving someone...

Greenwood is looking for a few good, privately owned spots to release some rehabilitated Fox Squirrels! Must have: –  a water source – trees – be willing to let rehabbers hang a nest box Releases will...

American Goldfinches—A Harbinger of Summer’s Close Many people think of robins as harbingers of spring. I think of American Goldfinches as harbingers of the end of the avian breeding season. The...

Mallards—Where Have All the Males Gone? With the songbird breeding season winding down, let’s talk about waterfowl for a moment. The Mallard is the most familiar and widely distributed duck in...