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Become an Outstanding Wildlife Leader

Apr. 15th, 2022 | General, News

Applications are now being accepted for Lindsay Wildlife Experience’s Outstanding Wildlife Leader (OWL) Program. The OWLs program is a one year long, service-based education experience designed for teens ages 13-17. OWLs are an essential part of the Lindsay Wildlife Education team and participants will have the opportunity to explore the world of environmental education, learn about California wildlife and conservation,…

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…

Found An Animal?

Oct. 1st, 2021 | COVID-19

Our wildlife rehabilitation hospital accepts patients in a drop-off area. Our busy season hours are 10 a.m.-4 p.m. each day. If you have found an animal that needs medical attention, keep it in a cardboard box with a lid or a closed paper bag in a warm, dark, and quiet place until you can bring it to the hospital. Before…

10 Ways to Help Wildlife

Mar. 16th, 2015 | Hospital Stories

Lindsay Wildlife Experience offers: Ways to Help Wildlife 1.  Eliminate pesticide use in your home and landscaping Don’t use rodenticides! When you use poison bait to control rodents it will secondarily poison the raptors that eat the sick rodents.  Use preventative measures, snap-traps, and other alternatives (see the Safe Rodent Control Coalition website, http://saferodentcontrol.org/site/rodent-control/ for free information) 2.  Put litter…