OZARK is the Australian Wildlife Carer's Network.
It is a vital communication link
enabling wildlife carers from a wide range of areas and experience, to learn
from one another, to discuss pertinent issues and to be part of a non-political
supportive community of fellow wildlife workers and carers.
First established over a decade ago, Ozark is the original and the largest national Australian wildlife carers network, which has subscribers from care groups across Australia, as well as individually licensed carers, wildlife vets, vet nurses, zookeepers and sanctuary workers worldwide, particularly those working with Australian fauna.
Resources on the Ozark website are checked by vets or known authorities in the field before being presented on the site, and material presented is genuine and original. Resources include an active mail server list, quality information and care notes, documented case studies, and much more. The purpose of Ozark is to provide quality information, communication and support to wildlife workers and carers, for the benefit of wildlife in care.