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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.

Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in CO. May 15, 2020 ; © Ken Forman

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