REGI is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization

REGI is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization


Second Chances


Upcoming Events

Events Calendar

Tour Schedule

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.


2nd Annual Hawk Tales & Cocktails A SUCCESS!

Once again we, as REGI staff, were blown away by the amount of support you all showed us as we were able to raise over $10,000.00 at our 2nd Annual Hawk Tales and Cocktails. We enjoyed a night of great food, music, silent auctions, raffles, friends, family, and endless laughs. Your support continues to amaze us everyday.

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New Wildlife Clinic Has Broken Ground!

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If you prefer to send a check, please make payable to REGI & mail to:
REGI Clinic
PO Box 481
Antigo, WI 54409

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What's Happening?

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Another Lead Poisoned Eagle

An adult Bald Eagle admitted from the Tomahawk area. Blood lead too high for our analyzer to read. Hematocit is 21% (normal 48%) Total Protein is 2.2 ( normal 6-8.3) . He weighs only 5.2 lbs. He is severely emaciated.

Time For Owls

his is the time of the year when Great-horned Owls are thinking about having a family. We recently released two Great-horned owl patients just in time for them to integrate into the process and be able breed early this spring. 

 Where to Purchase Copper Ammunition

For those of you that requested a listing of where to find full copper ammunition, here is a quick partial list.

#GivingTuesday

Thank you everyone that has donated to our "Giving Tuesday" campaign as well as any other fundraising efforts.


Patient News

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Rough-legged Hawk Released!

On June 8, 2018 a Rough-legged Hawk was admitted to Raptor Education Group, Inc. (REGI) She was near death when admitted. She was severely emaciated and suffered from hypothermia.

MIracle on the Ice

Loon Rescued in the "Miracle on the Ice" Event is Improving

I have a great video to share today of the loon rescued from Lake Nokomis near Tomahawk by Kevin and Linda Grenzer. They called her rescue "The Miracle on Ice rescue."