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You can help a baby raccoon join their mother again with a few simple steps. Greenwood has already had several success stories this year of babies returning to their mothers. This is the ideal outcome, since the natural mom is what is best for the baby! Follow step by step instructions by visiting our ‘Reunite a Raccoon’ page or by watching this video on YouTube. If you need to access baby raccoon sounds to attract mom to your reunite box, click here.

The local lagomorph rehabilitator at Colorado Wild Rabbit Foundation is planning to retire, leaving no one to care for bunnies from north Denver to the Wyoming border. In order for Greenwood to accommodate rising needs, we plan to build a new structure on our 2.84-acre property to accommodate the rabbits along the Front Range that need us! Greenwood has already raised the majority of the funds needed to build a new rabbit care facility, and we have started construction. Now we need your help. We need to complete…

It’s worm time! Heralded by the coming and going of the full worm moon on the 28th, earthworms around the northern hemisphere are enjoying the warming soil and are making their way to the surface. Colorado has no native species of earthworm, but 14 different species have been introduced from Europe and Asia. These worms have a mixed effect on the Colorado ecosystem: While they are effective at breaking up clay and hard soil to loosen it for plant roots, they can also deplete nutrient levels and prevent…

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Are you attempting a baby squirrel reunite? Play the baby squirrel sound loop to attract the squirrel mother to the reunite box!