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...

We have treated thousands of animals this year. Here is a sneak peek behind the scenes with some of our most eye-catching patients thanks to our volunteer photographer, Ken Forman!

In the spirit of giving, we have compiled a list of all the things you can do to help Greenwood with our mission of rehabilitating and releasing sick, injured, and orphaned...

One majestic water bird captured the hearts of bird lovers across Colorado, the nation, and Canada. A few weeks ago, as a wildlife photographer zoomed in to snap a picture of...

Greenwood will be open for half days during the holidays! If you have questions about wildlife you can still give us a call from 9am – 12pm! Thanksgiving: 9am – 12pm...

Schedule your donation for Colorado Gives Day! Donations will help fulfill our mission of rehabilitating and releasing orphaned and injured wildlife in Colorado.  Be sure to make an account on Coloradogives.org first. Share...