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

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

Second Chances

Upcoming Events

Events Calendar

REGI Summer Tours

Look a bird of prey in the eye! Discover the unique adaptations and powerful beauty of raptors with us this summer through our summer tours.

Please click HERE to register for your summer tour. Tours are limited to 25, and last one hour. Please sign-up for only ONE tour. If the link is unavailable, the tour is filled.

Tours cost $8 per person, $5 for children 12 & under. You will pay when you check-in at the time of the tour at REGI's Welcome & Nature Center. Dogs are not allowed on the REGI property.

For cancellations or changes, please call REGI at 715-623-2563. You cannot change a tour from this calendar once a registration has been made. 


3rd Annual Hawk Tails & Cocktails - Tickets on sale Now!

Join REGI for our annual fundraiser on Saturday, November 2, from 5:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. at the Central Wisconsin Convention & Expo Center - Grand Ballroom, Rothschild, WI.

The event will include dinner, a silent auction, raffles, cash bar and live entertainment.

All proceeds from the evening’s event will support the mission for REGI: REHABILITATE-EDUCATE-RESEARCH.

Click HERE to order tickets.


What's Happening?

4th Annual Bird Adventure Camp

We had such a great time having kids out for our 4th annual Bird Adventure Camp!

Our Fantasitc Interns!

Our fantastic interns continue to grow more and more confident with public speaking as we approach our last month of summer tours.

We've Been VERY Busy!

With the recent storms we were inundated with 60 plus songbird babies!

Storm Damage and Baby Birds

We had very strong winds last night that interrupted our power and blew down trees including our favorite pear tree that was planted by my late parents.

Patient News

Loon Released!

Our thanks to Channel 12 and reporter Dan Hagen for following up on the story and sharing the happy news.

A Loon Story with a Happy Ending

On June 23rd we took a call from Linda Grenzer with a report of a loon in trouble on a well-known lake.