• Lookout for Waterfowl in the Road

    Imagine you are flying over Boulder. The land is scattered with small bodies of water and Boulder Creek winds through town, looking like a icy black runway....

  • IMPORTANT Wildfire Updates

    Greenwood remains OPEN for wildlife rehabilitation. Our management team is watching the progression of the fires. We are ready with a plan to ensure the safety of...

  • Wildlife and Wildfires

    Many concerned community members have been calling us wondering how to help the local wildlife that might be fleeing from wildfires currently burning over 320,000 acres in...

  • Greenwood Admits its 3,000th Patient!

    Our 3,000th patient came to Greenwood on a hazy October morning here in Colorado. She was a young Fox Squirrel that had become orphaned at some point...

  • COVID-19: Wildlife Rehabilitation Services Remain Open

    Greenwood remains open to wildlife. This blog about our operations will continue to be updated as needed and remains current. Last changes were made October 19th, 2020....

  • Ways to Support Greenwood Including Buying Merchandise

    We remain open to care for orphaned and injured wild animals in need. There are many ways you can help us with our mission, including purchasing merchandise,...

Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that is devoted to the rehabilitation and release of orphaned, injured and sick wildlife. We are the largest wildlife rehabilitation center treating mammals, birds, and waterfowl on the Front Range. We treat thousands of animals annually and over 200 different species have come through our doors since we were founded in 1982.

We also provide outreach programs for audiences of all ages regarding rehabilitation, humane solutions to human-wildlife conflicts, and how you can help Colorado’s wildlife.


Fox Kits; from the Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in CO. Apr 5, 2018; © Ken Forman

We’re so glad you’ve stopped by. Please help us save Colorado’s orphaned and injured wildlife today!