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Summer. For Coloradoans, that means river romping, wildflowers, and smoky skies. Wildfires are a natural part of our arid climate in the hot summer months, but lately, the severity and frequency...

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...

Rabbit breeding season runs from late March through September, a good portion of the year! During this time, rabbits with new offspring will make ground nests to protect their young. These...

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Oh no, you’ve found a bird’s nest in the old backyard tree you want to remove! What do you do? There are regulations regarding the moving or destroying of nests, so...

Celebrate World Migratory Bird Day on May 8th! Migratory birds do so much for our ecosystem,including the spreading of seeds, plant pollination, agricultural pest elimination, and so much more.Let’s take a...

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...

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...

Every year, a large number of the birds we see are injured by striking windows. In a new initiative to improve bird conservation, Denver has become one of the 30 Urban...

Greenwood is celebrating the amazing work that wildlife rehabilitators do on March 10!!! National Wildlife Rehabilitators Appreciation Day (NWRAD) was created to recognize and raise awareness about the thousands of licensed...

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Much of Colorado wildlife start to prepare nesting sites for spring babies starting in January. That means there are things we can do to prevent wildlife conflict now before young animals...