The Indiana Raptor Center, formerly Return to the Wild, is a non-profit organization dedicated to rehabilitation and education. Sick or injured birds of prey (falcons, eagles, owls, etc.) are brought to the center for treatment, hopefully leading to their reintroduction to the wild. While residents at the center, these birds are used to educate human beings, who are responsible for 73% of the birds' forced arrivals. Current residents of the center include: a bald eagle, peregrine falcons, red-tailed hawks, a Great Horned Owl, a Barn Owl and many more. The center puts on educational demonstrations in schools and other area venues.