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Mission Statement

The mission of Wild Bird Rescue & Rehab is to rehabilitate injured, sick, and orphaned wild birds for release into an appropriate territory and to provide rescue outreach and public education.

Description

Founded in 1999 by a group of talented and caring Colorado citizens, the organization in its original incarnation as Wild Bird Information and Rehabilitation of Denver operated until 2014, saving thousands of Colorado's wild birds.

In 2017, Wild Bird Information and Rehabilitation of Denver reemerged as "Wild Bird Rescue & Rehab" and opened a new facility in June 2017 in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Due to the space limitations of the current facility, we can accept and rehabilitate only small birds (up to the size of Blue Jays). We cannot accept waterfowl, crows, magpies or ravens at this time but we can direct you to places that can. We are doing our very best to help as many feathered friends as possible as we work on plans for a bigger facility.

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