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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...

Written by: Taylor Stout Colorado is seeing an increase in household pet and predator conflicts. Animal Services Officer Lauren Martenson stated that Snowmass is not only seeing coyote attacks out in...

What is Colorado Gives Day? Coloradans are encouraged to join the statewide Colorado Gives Day movement by supporting their favorite causes online through ColoradoGives.org. Give Where You Live on Colorado Gives...

As the colder weather approaches, birds of all shapes and sizes have to start adapting to the drop in temperature. Extra winter feathers, shivering, and roosting, among other adaptions, are just...

Why don’t ducks get frostbite when swimming in cold waters during the winter? Have you ever looked out into a cold pond and noticed the ducks playing happily in the water...

Decorations on the exterior of homes are potential hazards for wildlife. Entanglement is a common occurrence during the holidays due to these unnatural additions. Wildlife often need help from licensed rehabilitation...

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As soon as you find a baby wild animal, it is very important that you do your best to reunite it with its family before taking it to the nearest licensed...

You can only win our wonderful live auction items by attending the event. Don’t miss out on these incredible experiences that benefit the wild animals at Greenwood. Instant Wine Cellar Start...

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Coloradoans are used to wildfire. They are a natural part of our arid climate, but lately, the severity and frequency of these fires have exploded. Factors such as climate warming and...

Did you know that messy fishing practices can be incredibly dangerous to local wildlife? A fishing line that has not been properly disposed of can entangle or choke wildlife such as...