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

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

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What's Happening?

Our Busy Time Continues!

Our busy time continues in the clinic with admissions from bald eagles to hummingbirds, bluebirds through downy woodpeckers and lots of ducklings, mallards, woodies and mergansers as well as goslings and everything in between. Our education department is busy too as our onsite tours have begun! A quick overview of the past few days follows.

Wilson’s Snipe Chick Undergoes Rehabilitation

he Wilson's Snipe is not uncommon in the U.S., but rarely seen due to their secretive nature and wetland habitat.

Yowsers! Have we been busy!

You know when you have not heard from me that we are working long hours, inundated with patients and wildlife calls for wildlife advice. I hardly know where to begin but to say that we have admitted nearly 100 new patients since the interns arrived, including 3 bald eagles, snowy owl, and many other species.

Lots of Baby Birds!

Lots of baby birds are starting to come in as well as injured adult Rough-legged Hawk, American Robin caught in a mouse trap.

Patient News

Patients released!

Guess who was released yesterday?

Turndra Swam Update

Five days ago we admitted a critically ill tundra swan from the Mead Wildlife Area. We did everything possible to stabilize her in those first hours, but worried our best would not be enough.