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Brrrr… Winter is coming and that means our wild friends will be looking for places to keep warm. Consider these wildlife proofing tips so that you don’t come home to discover uninvited guests in your house this season! Before you get started, make sure there is no one living in spaces around your home already! They might stay under your shed or deck, in your chimney, or even find a way into your attic. Check out this diagram for an idea of where they like to hangout. If…

One of our awesome M.I.C.E volunteers is also a writer. Check out this amazing piece she wrote about her experience at Greenwood: As a M.I.C.E. (Most Important Care and Enrichment) volunteer, you enjoy a flexible position which allows you to assist with daily jobs in and around the facility. Pick a weekly shift that fits your needs. Put your housekeeping, lawn care, plumbing, carpentry or other skills to work for a wonderful cause. Although there is no direct animal contact your efforts are vital to help Greenwood keep…

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!

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Have you ever heard the saying, “it takes a village” ? Last week, we saw this saying in action when a whole slew of partners came together in an effort to release a single injured Black – tailed Prairie Dog: a keystone species in Colorado. A young woman found the prairie dog in her apartment complex (thanks to her curious canine) far from the burrows in a nearby field. The animal was barely moving, tilting her head and waddling slowly. As a previous rat owner, the woman knew…