In the last 50 years, 3 billion birds have disappeared from the planet. While many in the birding community have noticed declines at their backyard feeders, this compilation of data from the largest bird organizations shows just how alarming these losses are. A study was published based on years of citizen science and research. The message was very clear. One in every four birds is gone and there is something we can do about it.  The habitat that has the most significant loss is grasslands. Like the grasslands in…

Want to expresses your love for wildlife and raise money for the animals at Greenwood? Well, FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY, we have an exciting new apparel design available in crewneck tee, V-neck, and a pullover hoodie just in time for fall. Choose between 12 different eye catching colors. Featuring a native wildflower, the coneflower, and a species Greenwood rehabilitates often, the Barn Swallow. This graphic tee not only shows off AWESOME wild things in Colorado, but also helps us fundraise so we can continue our work with…

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 a new initiative to improve bird conservation, Denver has become one of the 30 Urban Bird Treaty Cities in the United States. A major goal of the program is to reduce the number of bird collisions with city buildings. In conjunction with the treaty, a program called Lights Out Denver will work to collect data on the…