On today's show, we speak with Marge Gibson, founder and executive director of Raptor Education Group Inc. (REGI) in Antigo, Wisconsin, a rescue and rehabilitation facility that treats over 1,000 injured wild birds each year. We will talk about the recent loon fallout in Wisconsin, in which dozens of loons dropped out of the sky when an ice event caused their wings to freeze. Is this event some type of anomaly or is it a common phenomenon? Could this type of event be worsening due to climate change? We hear Marge talk about her research into the possible reasons why it's occurring. Go to Raptor Education Group, Inc. at: https://www.raptoreducationgroup.org/. Join Catherine Greenleaf, a certified wildlife rehabilitator with 20 years of experience rescuing and rehabilitating injured wildlife, for twice-monthly discussions about restoring native habitat and helping the birds in your backyard. Access the BIRD HUGGER Newsletter here: www.birdhuggerpodcast.com. Send your questions about birds and native gardening to email@example.com. (PG-13) St. Dymphna Press, LLC.