REGI rehabilitates injured birds found in the wild, everything from hummingbirds to bald eagles. Most of the birds are rehabbed and released, but sometimes that's not possible -- if the bird's injuries are permanent, or if they are imprinted to humans. In those cases, REGI usually keeps them as education birds.
Here are some of the birds we met yesterday:
*Peregrine falcon Ozzy was not happy to meet us.
*These bald eagles were recovered from the site of the Exxon Valdez oil spill:
*Marge Gibson with a Great Horned Owl named Bumpy:
*And a bald eagle imprinted to humans who we got to meet close-up:
More: I've posted these and some other pics to my long-dormant Flickr page.