We are incredibly grateful to have had your support this year at our tenth annual Wild Night for Wildlife. This event marked a beautiful celebration of our communities dedication to Colorado wildlife. Thank you for showing your commitment to helping the wild mammals and birds we care for at Greenwood, none of our work could be done without you! Wild Night 2018 grossed nearly $160,000, helping to rehabilitate the injured, sick, and orphaned wildlife of Colorado’s Front Range. With your contribution, we are able to take care these…

We have some exciting fundraisers to look forward to this fall! The wildlife in our care need plenty of food, medicine, and supplies in order to have the opportunity to recover and and be released back into the wild. With your support, we are able to give them that opportunity. Our next Dine Out for Wildlife fundraiser is in Arvada at Jack’s Bar and Grill. We’ll be there all day on Thursday, October 11th. Come chow down on some burgers and fries while helping support our patients at Greenwood….

The second squirrel season of the year is here! Often we have well intentioned rescuers who bring in or call about what seems to be an orphaned squirrel they have come across. Sometimes these young squirrels are indeed orphans, but fortunately that isn’t usually the case! During this this time of year, its important to be aware of how to safely handle a baby squirrel that seems to be abandoned. Young squirrels have the greatest chance at survival with their mothers. If you see a baby squirrel alone…

Our 10th annual Wild Night for Wildlife is fast approaching and we are thrilled to share with you some delightful and adventure filled experiences available at this year’s celebration. Our list of destinations and activities feature some new and exciting outings! NOTE: Our silent auction also has over 100 amazing items including restaurant gift cards, housewares, art, experiences, and more. Explore the Outer Banks of North Carolina’s  lush and lively ecosystem with the beach just minutes away. Also on our list is a getaway to Santa Cruz where…

Everybody’s heard of “Spring Cleaning”. Well, it’s time to create a new trend, “Winter Wildlife Proofing” (though ideally it should start before the first snow). When the leaves begin to change and the days begin to shorten, local wildlife are just starting to look for warm spaces to spend the remainder of the winter months, and create nesting sites for spring babies.   Breeding season starts in late January for some wildlife so now is the time to seal up your home, to prevent unwanted furry residents: Check…

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 follow his progress on Facebook and YouTube. https://www.facebook.com/greenwoodwildliferehabilitationcenter