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Join Us for Tiny Tuesday: Springtime Babies on March 8

Feb. 23rd, 2022 | Special Events

Join us from 10 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, March 8 and learn all about baby animals during this special time just for littles. What do baby animals do? What do they eat? Your child will learn about wildlife through play, games, crafts, activities and more in this fun event designed for minis ages 2 to 5 and a caregiver! Enjoy…

Homecare Volunteers Wanted

Feb. 21st, 2022 | General, News

Each year, our wildlife rehabilitation hospital treats over 5,000 sick, injured and orphaned animals.  A critical part of this care happens in the homes of our volunteers. After patients are treated in our hospital, homecare volunteers donate their time caring for these animals in their homes until they are ready to return to the wild. Homecare volunteers are a vital…

Take a Wildflower Hike with Us

Feb. 16th, 2022 | Special Events

Take a wildflower hike with Lindsay Wildlife Experience. Join a Lindsay naturalist and hike the verdant hills of Mount Diablo while learning about the bountiful early blooms and other plant life that call the area home. Explore a trail in these special Sunday hikes designed for ages 12 and up. Dates and times: March 20: Globe Lily Trail, 10 a.m.-noon March…

Fun for Minis At Lindsay on Feb. 15

Feb. 8th, 2022 | Special Events

Spend time with our animal ambassadors during our special program just for littles. Keep the Valentine’s Day spirit going on Tuesday, Feb. 15 at our “Tiny Tuesday: Be My Valentine” celebration. Drop by our Exhibit Hall from 10 a.m.-noon and enjoy a sing-along, puppet show, story time with a Barn Owl, Porcupine Time, games, activities and more. Tickets are just $7 for…

Help Lindsay Wildlife Protect Baby Squirrels this Season

Jan. 18th, 2022 | General, News

Although non-native to California, the Eastern fox squirrel is common in this area. These resourceful tree squirrels are active during the day, and are attracted to urban areas where nuts, fruit and bird feeders are plentiful. They nest from February to May and July to September and may use holes in trees, attics or other enclosed areas off the ground…

Take a Peek Inside Our Wildlife Hospital

Jan. 13th, 2022 | Special Events

Get an exclusive look at the world of wildlife rehabilitation in our Behind the Scenes Theater! This special exhibit has reopened to the public for self-guided exploration. Discover the tools that wildlife hospital teams use to treat patients. Peer into a microscope or look at x-rays. You may even catch our team in action examining a wildlife patient. If you’d…

Catch a Daily Program

Jan. 1st, 2022 | Special Events

Come explore our Exhibit Hall Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and catch a weekday or weekend program. We also offer outdoor programs for those who wish to enjoy wildlife in the fresh air. Our hourly programs include something for everyone. Meet our North American porcupine, Penelope, as she trains with one of her keepers, or watch one…

Take A Newt Hike

Dec. 27th, 2021 | Special Events

Winter showers bring…newts! Grab your hiking shoes and join us for a family-friendly wildlife hike. Trek through the rolling hills of Briones Regional Park in search of California newts. Our guides will lead you on an exciting expedition to spot these amphibians as they migrate from their burrows to water pools for the mating season. Hikes begin Jan. 9. and…

Join Us for a Special Mini Concert on Dec. 22

Dec. 21st, 2021 | Special Events

Join us tomorrow Wednesday, Dec. 22 at Lindsay for a very special program at 2:10 p.m. featuring California Symphony concertmaster and violinist Jennifer Cho. Cho will perform snippets from the symphony’s upcoming “Take Flight” program, which is inspired by the sounds of birds and nature and features Vaughn Williams’ “The Lark Ascending,” and Haydn’s “Symphony No. 83 (The Hen),” among…