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…

Help Greenwood Wildlife and Rocky Mountain Wild celebrate the second Colorado Endangered Species Week, May 13 – 19. We’re so lucky to live in a state with abundant native wildlife. While many of our native species are thriving, there are also many threatened and endangered species in our state. We love all of our local wildlife, but our endangered species deserve some extra acknowledgement. That’s why we’re celebrating Colorado Endangered Species Week, with a series of special events, films, resources, and suggestions for helping these animals. Special thanks…

Thank you for attending Wild Night on Friday, September 7 this year. It happened earlier than previous years, the weekend after Labor Day. Last year’s Wild Night was a huge success, clearing over $110,000 to help the animals in our care. Please join us for another fun-filled evening at the UCAR Event Center in Boulder from 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm. Additional information about the event can be found on the Wild Night page on our website. Don’t miss the open bar with wine and beer, delicious appetizers, savory…

Are you an animal lover? Are you a people person? Do you tend to be calm in the center of the storm? If so, Greenwood Wildlife’s front desk is looking for you. Animal Care Liaisons at Greenwood Wildlife work in a fast-paced environment with new challenges daily. Responsibilities: Functions as Greenwood’s representative through communication with the public who bring in animals/call for assistance. Answers phones and responds to voicemail in a timely fashion. Educates the public on reuniting babies with parents, determining when animals need rehabilitation, temporary care…

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…