Yellow colors. Crunchy pathways. Crisp mornings. These are signs of the fall season. This year, fight the urge to add ‘rake leaves into piles’ to your seasonal to-do list. Here are...

1 billion. That’s the highest estimate for the number of birds that die each year due to collisions with manmade structures. Join FLAP Canada, Greenwood and other bird lovers during the...

Cavity nesters are defined as birds that build nests, lay eggs and raise young within a sheltered chamber. Sometimes this is a dead tree, rafters in the barn or even cliffs....

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Fireworks are used to celebrate America’s independence and nationhood on the Fourth of July. These celebrations range from festivals to parades to ceremonies. Below are some facts on impacts of fireworks...

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The summer solstice, on June 21st, 2022, kicked off the official first day of summer with Earth’s longest day of sunshine in the Northern Hemisphere. There are a variety of traditions...

An imitated sparrow call by a Northern Mockingbird. The drum of a Red-bellied Woodpecker on a pine. A squeak of an Anna’s Hummingbird in courtship. The whispering song of a Steller’s...

How close is too close when it comes to wildlife? Have you ever come across wildlife and felt the need to get a closer look? Getting too close to an animal...

After finding it nearly unresponsive in her Greeley yard, a rescuer brought a Canada Goose to Greenwood. Once on the exam table, the Greenwood intake staff discovered many broken flight feathers,...

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History of Greenwood Founded in 1982, Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center was initially a small, one-room offshoot of the Humane Society of Boulder Valley (HSBV). One year later, the family and friends...