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We are NOT open for intakes at this time. You can still reach us over email or direct message us via our Facebook page. We will assist with general inquiries and do our best to advice and connect you with the correct resources on case-by-case bases. In few, select cases, we maybe able to assist in person. We prioritize responding to inquiries that we can assist with. If you find a bird in need or have another question, call your local rehabber and the organizations bellow. It is not unusual to wait 24 hours or more for a callback, the sooner you call, the sooner they maybe able to assist you.

At this time, Colorado Parks and Wildlife is NOT assisting with Canada geese due to avian flu outbreaks. They recommend against assisting in most such cases until further notice.

Check this official CPW Rehabbers List for local rehabbers and contact information.

For severe cases, any wildlife, contact veterinary offices in your area. While they cannot treat wildlife, most will assist with humane euthanasia where no life supporting options are available or viable. 

For pigeons, reach out to Palomacy at (415) 851-5948, they have an active community of volunteers across the states, call and also post on their Facebook page.

For most birds, including waterfowl and corvids, as well as other small wildlife, call: Greenwood Wildlife in Longmont at 303-823-8455.

For raptors, please call Birds of Prey in Broomfield at 303-460-0674.

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