Our Mission

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Who is REGI?

Raptor Education Group, Inc is a 501 (C)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of injured or orphaned native bird species and public education of wildlife issues.

We have three goals. 

  1. To create a safe haven for injured wildlife while they heal and until they are ready to be released back into the wild. 
  2. To develop nutritional protocol, rehabilitation methods and husbandry based on the natural history of the bird to assure a successful release. 
  3. To create a broader understanding of native birds, their behavior and habitat needs among the public and the scientific community.

We hold permits from both the State of Wisconsin and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife service to possess threatened and endangered indigenous species for rehabilitation and educational purposes. We are members of both the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council and National Wildlife Rehabilitators Association, Raptor Research Foundation and American Society of Ornithology.

Marge Gibson recovers an injured bald eagle in northern Wisconsin.

Marge Gibson recovers an injured bald eagle in northern Wisconsin.

A bald eagle patient receives a physical exam to identify injuries and determine the course of treatment.

A bald eagle patient receives a physical exam to identify injuries and determine the course of treatment.

After months of care and physical reconditioning, a healthy bald eagle is released back into the wild.

After months of care and physical reconditioning, a healthy bald eagle is released back into the wild.