Greenwood is excited to present our live auction experiences and items during the 12th annual Wild Night for Wildlife! Our live auction debuts dreamy, week-long getaways to Delray Beach, Florida, delectable date nights and more. You can easily bid online during our live event on Saturday, September 19th. See our list below: Bee Yard Tour Tour a working bee yard in Berthoud with Beth Conrey, past president of the Colorado State Beekeepers Association and proprietor of Bee Squared Bee Products. You and up to 3 guests will work with…

In these bizarre times, every day is feeling a bit more like the opening credits to Bird Box (a good scary movie – check it out on Netflix ;-)). That being said, why not do something fun that attracts birds to your backyard and that will also help tame potential boredom? It is spring migration for these animals, after all. We have several project ideas that include recycled items and “things around the house”. No additional shopping is needed for most of these! It’s time to grab your…

On October 19th, Greenwood received a melanistic (black) fox who was badly in need of treatment. She had a severe case of mange, which was so far progressed that she could barely open her eyes. Mange is a horrific disease caused by parasitic mites that burrow into the skin resulting in itching and hair loss. It is often a death sentence for wild animals if there is nobody who can help. The disease leads to extended pain and suffering, which is a tragic way to die. When the…

feature

Wildlife Wednesday is Greenwood’s annual online fundraiser where we appeal to supporters to help reach a specific monetary goal. This year we raised $20,000 to renovate our outdoor fox enclosure. The updates allow us to keep injured and orphaned foxes at Greenwood longer in the rehabilitation process instead of transferring them to another rehabilitator once they are ready to be moved outside!  For orphaned foxes kits, a raised ceiling will give them plenty of room to pounce and play. We are excited to see these little hunters thrive!…

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…

feature

The Elk mating season is approaching. That means hundreds of tourists will flock to Colorado to view this amazing wildlife event. In honor of this seasonal occasion, we thought we might provide a few reminders of how to view wildlife safely and respectfully. 1.Binoculars If you really want to minimize your impact on the animal, binoculars are great. You can invest in a pair that really help you get a good view without the worry of spooking the animal in your direction. 2.If you can’t cover it with…

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 that inhabit Colorado, they will resort to instincts that help them survive. That means this fuzzy ball of cuteness could one day turn into an unruly house guest. We’ve heard stories where a raccoon raised from infancy got out and attacked a kid in their neighborhood, or bit the family dog. There are reasons why it’s illegal…

You can now register for Wild Night 2019! Greenwood’s annual live and silent auction gala is Friday, September 20. Visit www.greenwoodwildnight.com for information. Thank you to our Wild Night sponsors who have already committed! For a list of current sponsors, click here. Click to learn more about sponsoring! Click for Wild Night details!

feature

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 decline are categorized as “endangered” or “threatened” by Federal and State laws. They are meant to be protected under those laws. While Greenwood doesn’t often rehabilitate endangered animals, we do bolster Colorado’s wildlife in any way that we can. Because Endangered Species Week is here, we thought we might highlight the magnificent success of Lynx reintroduction into…