Soarin'Hawk Raptor Rehab's mission is to conserve our raptor population through education and rehabilitation.
Soarin'Hawk Raptor Rehab is a not for profit service established in 1996 to serve northeast Indiana's injured or orphaned birds of prey. We are fortunate to be able to offer our patients a blend of modern veterinary science (volunteer veterinary services, x-ray, laboratory, and aggressive post surgical physical therapy) and the ancient art of falconry (creance reconditioning, "hack" releases of orphans, and honing of hunting skills when needed).
Soarin'Hawk's long term goal is to become a regional referral center for the rehabilitation of injured birds of prey as well as a destination for visitors to enjoy a nature walk as they see live, native raptors. To accomplish this objective, we are in the process of designing education and rehabilitation facilities, acquiring land and launching a capital campaign in 2016.