Part of the mission of Utopia Wildlife Rehabilitators is to treat and release native Indiana wildlife back to its habitat. Some animals, however, must remain in captivity if they are no longer able to survive in the wild. If comfortable and cosmetically sound, these animals begin a new career as educators to help teach the public about local wildlife. "You want people to be impressed with the beauty of these animals," said Kathy Hershey, who heads the center and gives presentations across the state. There are approximately 30 birds at Utopia, and some of their back stories are just as interesting as their appearances. Princess Arabella, a peregrine falcon, is a former falconry bird raised in captivity. She has a large personality and is exceptional as an educational bird, but she does not mix well with members of her own species. She has killed two of them.