The Ozark Forum is an established and respected communications and information network for wildlife rehabilitators, veterinary, zoo, sanctuary staff, and other wildlife workers across the country. It is the original network that first brought together wildlife rehabilitators from across the country. By fostering an understanding and respect for one another, and promoting an enthusiasm for learning; Ozark has led the way in initiating the free sharing of knowledge and information in the field, with a focus on achieving high standards of wildlife care, and ongoing improvement in the field.
The goal of wildlife rehabilitation is to release a well-balanced, healthy and fully functional wild native animal back into it's natural habitat in such a way as to provide the optimum chance of survival.
Subscription is open to professionals working with wildlife, students in wildlife fields, and voluntary wildlife rehabilitators, either currently active, or with previous wildlife work or care experience.