Living in Boulder, we’re no strangers to wildlife. From the deer and elk we find wandering through our neighborhoods year-round to the creatures and critters that we call pets, Boulder’s a bastion for wild friends.
Since 1982, Boulder’s Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center has been dedicated to the rehabilitation of wildlife brought to the Center so those creatures can be released back into the wild. The Center’s main goal is to successfully rehabilitate sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife so they can successfully head back home.
It’s not a place, however, that makes pets out of wild animals. They believe that wildlife belongs in, well, the wild, and between their own rehabilitation efforts and dialogue with the public, they ensure as many animals as possible can rejoin their natural habitat.