Greenwood remains open to wildlife.
This blog about our operations will continue to be updated as needed and remains current. Last changes were made March 25. We are still open, as Greenwood provides an essential service to the public. People are being encouraged to recreate outside during this time, and we need to continue being available for the orphaned and injured wildlife they encounter. This is typically a very busy period for finding wildlife in distress and we are here to help.
PLEASE CALL AHEAD! When bringing an animal, DO NOT COME INSIDE, remain in one of our incoming patient parking spots. Our volunteers and staff will likely see you pull up. If nobody greets you outside within a couple of minutes, call us at 303-823-8455. We will update you via email blast and social media if this changes.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife is NO LONGER available Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm to transport wildlife from the Denver Metro Area.
How to Help…
Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center needs your donations. As a nonprofit serving the Front Range from north of Pueblo to the Wyoming border, your contributions help us meet critical needs for animal care, facility, and community programs. Your generosity ensures Greenwood’s ability to provide for orphaned and injured wildlife. Thank you for supporting the wild animals and our community!
|CURRENTLY CLOSED TO FOOT TRAFFIC: Thrift Shop & Consignment Gallery|
To keep everyone safe, the stores are closed and hope to reopen soon.
Items from our online gallery can be purchased by appointment, so
please visit our website to keep shopping.
REMEMBER that everything you buy benefits the orphaned and injured
animals in our care, as our Rehabilitation Center remains open. Also,
please keep in touch through our Facebook and Instagram pages.
Thank you for your support!
Our Dine Out fundraiser originally scheduled for April 7th at Jack’s in Arvada is cancelled. Please stay tuned for other event updates. Thank you for your patience and understanding!