Thanks to the incredible volunteers at Greenwood.  You are special people and we are lucky to have you!

Good News! Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center has been chosen as this years recipient of the proceeds from the 7th Annual HWNA Historic Home Tour. The purpose of the tour is to...

At this time we are accepting all animals: birds (no birds of prey), squirrels, raccoons, coyotes, and foxes.  We won’t be accepting skunks or bats.  Thanks!

During the summer months, we get dozens and dozens of animals A DAY! As of now, we have 300 birds and mammals on site. Without volunteers and donations, these animals wouldn’t...

This Western Tanager has been on cage rest since suffering from a shoulder injury. He is due to be released this weekend! In the meantime, he is checking his chart to...

Greenwood is looking for hard-working, dedicated individuals to help! Opportunities include: Animal Care, Thrift Store attendants, Fundraisers and Educators! You can read more about these opportunities here. We also need help...

Greenwood is seeking release sites for its wild patients. We strive to bring animals back to where they originally came from but sometimes that site proves hazardous such as a waste-water...