Boulder loves its wild friends. I mean, not so much the rowdy neighbors partying at 1:47 AM, but moreso the actual wild type — our area wildlife. Well, this Wednesday, you can do what you always do (grab a bite to eat at one of our area’s splendid eateries) and
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.
Nestled in the heart of the Boulder Valley, Greenwood is a nonprofit that proudly assists over 2,300 mammals and songbirds each year across 135 different wildlife species.
Check out these helpful resources for the community:
General Information – Discover more about Greenwood here.
Should You Touch a Baby Bird or other Animal? – Myth-busting infographic for handling baby birds and other baby animals.
Wildlife Emergency – Learn what to do if you come upon an injured animal or bird.
How to Help Greenwood – Information on volunteering, donations, and more.
Fun for Kids – Stuck in a waiting room? Learn with your kids while you wait! Fun facts about foxes and squirrels.
Three Fun Ways to Help Protect Boulder-Area Wildlife – Help Greenwood with it’s mission to help Boulder-area wildlife and have a great time doing it!
As you may know, we here at Your Boulder have “adopted” Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center as our first local non-profit to lend a helping hand. After educating you about many of the issues that Greenwood helps address, it’s time to help them! As a reminder, Greenwood is not a government
What’s cuter than a raccoon in a plastic wading pool? Four raccoons in a plastic wading pool! No, make that five … no, now that’s six … let’s just say there’s a lot of raccoons in this pool, and leave it at that. Take a look for yourself in the
The other day while walking near Lucky’s Market in North Boulder, I witnessed a daring rescue. Two good Samaritans scooped up a baby bird from the middle of Broadway and transported it to nearby bushes on the west side of the road. Given the scenario, the action was absolutely necessary.
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
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