World Migratory Bird Day on May 9th helps us recognize the migration of birds and the importance of protecting the wonderful winged wildlife on this planet. Take a moment to celebrate...

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...

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,...

Greenwood remains open to wildlife. This blog about our operations will continue to be updated as needed and remains current. Last changes were made December 30th, 2020. We are still open,...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

If you’ve ever rescued an animal to bring to Greenwood, you know how stressful it can be to worry about another life. As animal lovers, we want to do everything we...