Ellicott Wildlife Rehabilitation Center provides compassionate care to sick, injured, and orphaned wild birds and mammals in Colorado for the purposes of release and education.

Our vision is to reduce suffering for all animals, wild and in captivity, and to educate people so they may be responsible animal and environmental caretakers and stewards. Our wish is that no wild bird or small mammal in need of care will be turned away from EWRC.



Instructions for wildlife needing rehab: Please remember we are a nonprofit, all-volunteer nonprofit. We don’t get paid to do wildlife rehab and hence, we all work regular (paying) jobs in addition to caring for wildlife. We may be at work … Continue reading

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Ellicott Wildlife Rehab Center participates in the Combined Federal Campaign, a program that allows pledges made by Federal civilian, postal, and military donors during the campaign season (September 1st to December 15th) to support eligible nonprofit organizations that provide health … Continue reading

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