Fireworks are used to celebrate America’s independence and nationhood on the Fourth of July. These celebrations range from festivals to parades to ceremonies. Below are… Read More »How to keep wildlife safe during Independence Day celebrations
WILD NIGHT FOR WILDLIFE 2022 Admission: $60 Friday, September 16 Happy Hour 5:00 – 6:15 pm; Event Program 6:15 – 7:15 pmBoulder Jewish Community Center… Read More »Registration is OPEN for Wild Night for Wildlife 2022!
In 2021, more than 4,000 animals were treated by Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. This is the highest number treated in recent history. Take a look… Read More »A Year in Review – A Record Number of Animals Treated
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… Read More »Seven Ways to Keep Halloween Safe for Wildlife
Colorado is seeing more and more human-bobcat interactions. Habitat availability and a decrease in prey density in their natural ranges are just some of the… Read More »Why Colorado is seeing an increase in bobcat interactions