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

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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REGI Clinic
PO Box 481
Antigo, WI 54409

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What's Happening?

Loon Rescues

As a reminder, please do not try this on your own. It is very dangerous and we do not want to encourage anyone to put their lives in danger. Specialized equipment is important.

Loons Getting "iced In"

Our third "frozen in" loon rescue of the season, and second today, is currently underway by Kevin and Linda Grenzer with their hovercraft and specialized equipment.

New Admissions and Clinic Updates

We have been quiet on Facebook this past month. We have had plenty of patients, but the flu has been relentless and has made its rounds with staff. We were able to keep doing the important work with our patients, but unable to take the time to share it.

Marge Gibson at 2nd Annual Hawk Tales and Cocktails

Marge Gibson at 2nd Annual Hawk Tails and Cocktails

Patient News

Grace (the turkey) Update!

We've had many questions regarding the progress of the horribly abused domestic turkey, Don and I rescued. She is a domestic turkey and therefore was not admitted to REGI for care, but rather is under our care personally. We've named her Grace.

Great-horned Owl Released!

A few months ago REGI volunteer Dawn Stein rescued a Great-horned Owl from a difficult situation near Hatley WI.