The purpose of the Wildlife Rehabilitation Club on Iowa State University's campus is to create an educational opportunity for students interested in the rehabilitation of wildlife with special interest to native to Iowan species. This club will include a variety of benefits and activities, as well as the advantage of networking with personnel in the field. This includes, informational topics and lectures about the life history traits, appropriate husbandry, and medical attention commonly seen for species in rehab centers. The Wildlife Rehabilitation Club will be hosted by staff at the Wildlife Care Clinic. The WCC, housed in Iowa State's College of Veterinary Medicine, works to rehabilitate on average 500 native Iowan species annually - these patients are admitted for sickness, injury, or orphaned statuses.