Maybe you don’t want your co-workers judging the fountain of snack wrappers in the background of your Zoom conference call. Maybe you want to spice up your virtual happy hour with cute raccoon cubs that will have your gal pals saying, “AWWWW!”. Either way, we have the pictures you need for your next Zoom video chat. Click to download. Click to download. Click to download. Click to download. Click to download. Click to download. Click to download.

Earth is home to an incredibly diverse variety of flora and fauna. This week is Earth Week, and we want to share all of the ways you can celebrate the planet, and the wildlife that call it home. Each day you can take action, watch, or listen while social distancing and recognizing how awesome our world is!  Take Action There are activities you can do to help make our planet a better place, or just show your appreciation! Check out these fun action items and do your part…

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. We are still open, as Greenwood provides an essential service to the public. People are being encouraged to recreate outside during this time, and we need to continue being available for the orphaned and injured wildlife they encounter. When you find wildlife that you believe to be in need, PLEASE CALL AHEAD! If you bring an animal, DO NOT COME INSIDE,…

Want to spread a little pun? We know we could all use an extra reason to smile these days, so we’ve created these adorable e-cards. *Scroll to the bottom for special Father’s Day e-cards! Simply click the link, press the “…” button in the top right corner and select “download”. You can email with your own message or send via text message!  Share some digital laughs and images of the heart-warming patients from Greenwood!

Baby squirrels are here! Wildlife Wednesday is April 15! Please donate to our annual online fundraiser! We are grateful that Greenwood is considered essential, and we can continue to care for wildlife in need. Since we remain open, we need your donations to provide necessary supplies such as food and medications during these tough times. Life is difficult for all of us right now, some more than others, but we can still celebrate our wonderful communities and the wild animals that inhabit them. Greenwood’s hard work treating orphaned…

For National Zoo Lovers Day, we would like to highlight the different ways that zoos help wildlife in comparison with wildlife sanctuaries and rehabilitation centers (like Greenwood). All of them have a similar mission related to helping wild animals but each does this in distinct ways. It is important to be aware of these differences so that you and your family can learn about wildlife and support them in the appropriate ways. Colorado is lucky to be a haven for wild animals like bear, mountain lion, Fox Squirrel,…

In these bizarre times, every day is feeling a bit more like the opening credits to Bird Box (a good scary movie – check it out on Netflix ;-)). That being said, why not do something fun that attracts birds to your backyard and that will also help tame potential boredom? It is spring migration for these animals, after all. We have several project ideas that include recycled items and “things around the house”. No additional shopping is needed for most of these! It’s time to grab your…

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, shopping our Consignment Gallery and donating directly. This blog will tell you how to support Greenwood. See list below of high-quality apparel (with the Greenwood logo) available for you to buy. Please email chelsea@greenwoodwildlife.org for more information on selections, sizes, colors and pricing. We will ship it directly to you for a small fee in addition to the price of the…