Raptor Education Group Inc offers public tours throughout the year and an opportunity to learn about the incredible world of raptors in an up close, and interactive environment.  Check out our Tour Schedule for additional details.

CHECK OUT THE NEW FALL TOURS!


2nd Annual Hawk Tales & Cocktails

Join REGI for our annual fundraiser on Saturday, November 3, from 5:30 p.m. -10:00 p.m. at the Central Wisconsin Convention & Expo Center – State Ballroom, Rothschild, WI. This is a benefit for our new clinic.

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New Wildlife Clinic to break ground September 2018!

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REGI Clinic
PO Box 418
Antigo, WI 54409

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What's Happening?

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Full Demolition Mode!

We have been in full demolition mode here at REGI this week. I cannot thank Kevin and Linda Grenzer enough for heading up this difficult project. 

Emaciated Eagle Admitted

Just before the severe storm last night, we went on an eagle rescue. The immature eagle was first on a road in Polar, WI, then moved to an adjoining field. Leon Benes located the eagle then called REGI to report the situation.

Fall Migration Updates!

Fall and the fall migration of aerial insectivores including nighthawks, swifts, swallows and martins is underway in Wisconsin.

Summer Tours Have Come to An End

And just like that... our Summer tours have come to an end. Thank you to everyone that took the time to come out and support us! We hope you all had a great time on our tours this Summer!


Patient News

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Loons Released!


Two Adult Female Common Loons Released, After Successful Rehabilitation at Raptor Education Group, Inc.

RELEASE DAYS FOR Forty-Six (46) REGI Patients!

Yesterday was release day for 21 former patients including including Wood ducks, Mallards and a Hooded Merganser at REGI. Also released were 2 Little Green Herons and 23 American Robins were released to a soft hack. (Soft hack means they are supplied food and shelter as they integrate into the wild.)