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In 2021, more than 4,000 animals were treated by Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. This is the highest number treated in recent history. Take a look at a few photos of some of our interesting wild patients throughout the year, captured by volunteer photographer Ken Forman. If you find orphaned, injured, or sick wildlife, please call Greenwood at 303-823-8455 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. daily.

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Donate and benefit from tax write-offs in 2021! Below are a few deductions you can take advantage of when you give. Donate and benefit from tax write-offs in 2021! Below are a few deductions you can take advantage of when you give. Contributions benefit the thousands of wild patients we care for each year at Greenwood. This year, that was nearly 4,000 animals! Make a monetary donation If you donate via our website, a receipt will be emailed to you. If you make a cash donation at the…

There are a few key differences to point out when comparing torpor and hibernation: Hibernating isn’t the same as sleeping Bears aren’t the only ones who hibernate Animals are not always still during hibernation Both hibernation and torpor can last for different time periods One is voluntary and the other is not Due to mammals’ high metabolic rate, they must maintain their body temperature. Smaller animals have a higher risk since they have a larger surface area to volume ratio. They lose heat rapidly so the best solution…