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. 

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3rd Annual Hawk Tales & 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?

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Many Releases

We have had many releases in the past several weeks. When our hands are busy feeding tiny passerine (songbirds, swallows, etc.) babies, keeping enclosures and water clean for waterfowl babies even as we collect wild duck weed for the ducklings and grow or collect live insects for the passerines, we lose track of the numbers of little individuals we are raising.

Adult Male Bald Eagle Hit By A Car

Adult male Bald Eagle hit by a car in Lincoln County, WI. Our thanks to the Lincoln County Sheriffs Dept., and Deputy Holly Steckbauer, for standing by until we could arrive to rescue him.

Great-horned Owlets Have Graduated!

Our Great-horned Owlets graduated from their rearing chamber to the conditioning flight! In the rearing chamber they had the security of a nest like situation and of course their foster dad owl was never far from them during the entire time they were growing up.

Bald Eagle Admitted, Great-horned Youngsters Prepare for Conditioning Flight!

The story goes... an adult Bald eagle walked up to a gentleman and then walked into his garage where he remained, until he was taken into the persons home.


Patient News

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Loon Released!

Look who went home on October 8th.

Release of a Special Patient!

The adult female loon shot from in Portage County, critically wounded, found by UWSP personal and transported by REGI volunteer Jeff Konopacky was released into Lake Michigan!