Tours are a great way to see what REGI and our work is all about. Our education staff will guide you through a tour so fun and exciting, you may not even realize it is also educational. You will have a chance to meet and take photographs of our avian ambassador/non-releasable educational birds and see the static display birds that do not travel with our programs. This includes the famous Bald Eagle Qushquluk, survivor of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill.
*Clinic and patient enclosures are not part of the tour due to our permits/USFWS regulations.
Education is an important aspect of our mission statement and vital to wildlife rehabilitation and conservation. Through our education programs the public develops a great awareness of the wild birds around us and how everyone can play a role in helping them locally and globally.
Public tours take place Tuesdays & Thursdays of each month from June through August at 10:00am and 12:00pm. Tours are $8 per person (children under five are free.) Tours are entirely outdoors and are subject to the weather, so please come prepared.
Pre-registration is required. Please call (715) 623-2563 to reserve your spot(s) as space is limited.
Private tours of 10 or more are available any day of the week and special weekend tours will also be scheduled throughout the summer.