Every year, a large number of the birds we see are injured by striking windows. In a new initiative to improve bird conservation, Denver has become one of the 30 Urban Bird Treaty Cities in the United States. A major goal of the program is to reduce the number of bird collisions with city buildings. In conjunction with the treaty, a program called Lights Out Denver will work to collect data on the number of birds that collide with our Denver skyrises. This dataset will be used to…

Greenwood is celebrating the amazing work that wildlife rehabilitators do on March 10!!! National Wildlife Rehabilitators Appreciation Day (NWRAD) was created to recognize and raise awareness about the thousands of licensed wildlife rehabilitators across the United States who selflessly and tirelessly care for orphaned and injured wildlife so that they can be released back into their natural habitats. Here’s how you can help show appreciation: 1. Send your local wildlife rehabilitator a simple “Thank you!” card. You can send mail to: P.O. Box 18987Boulder, Colorado, 80308 Or email…