Many animals that come to Greenwood are injured as a result of some form of human impact. A large number of the birds we see were injured by striking windows. In...

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Greenwood is excited to present our amazing list of thrilling adventures and delightful experiences for our live auction during the 11th annual Wild Night for Wildlife! We also hold a silent...

A baby raccoon may look like it could be a cuddly pet, but there are many reasons why they don’t belong on your couch.  Raccoons are like the other wild animals...

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You may have noticed your roadway travels have been a bit more gruesome the past few weeks. By this I mean the poor, bloated, splatted, squished prairie dogs that have littered...

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When Greenwood gets a murder (group of Crows) it starts to feel like Halloween at the center. This isn’t because Crows are spooky, rather, our staff dons some odd additions to...

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Why do some animals thrive in urban spaces while others falter? The animals we see in our backyards: squirrels, finches, raccoons, and rabbits all seem to handle our pollution, noise, and...

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While Greenwood is an organization that prides itself on the rehabilitation of individual animals, we also hope our efforts benefit the entire ecosystem and it’s species. Species that are on the...

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Have you ever heard the saying, “it takes a village” ? Last week, we saw this saying in action when a whole slew of partners came together in an effort to...

Last month, a Canada Goose was brought to Greenwood with a band around its leg. He hatched sometime during or before 2002 and was banded in 2003. A small aluminum bracelet...

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Ninety-two percent of Coloradans recreate in the outdoors – on our public lands – at least once a week. That means the responsibility to respect our lands and wildlife falls onto...