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Help Curb the Spread of Salmonellosis in Songbirds

Jan. 27th, 2021 | , ,

Due to a dramatic increase of gravely ill Pine Siskin patients in our wildlife rehabilitation hospital, Lindsay Wildlife Experience is advising Contra Costa County residents to take down their bird feeders to help curb the potential spread of a deadly disease.  After seeing a small but noticeable uptick of Pine Siskin patients in December 2020, […]

Connect with Wildlife at Home in our Virtual Programs!

Jan. 6th, 2021 | , ,

We are thrilled to introduce “Lindsay at Home,” a series of family-friendly virtual programs designed to bring you closer to wildlife. These special online events will take you outdoors with our animal ambassadors and their keepers. You’ll spend time behind the scenes in our wildlife hospital with our veterinary team and patients, and you’ll hang […]

Thank You for Helping Us Reach our $1 Million Goal

Dec. 24th, 2020 |

You did it! Thank you, Lindsay community, for showing your Love for Lindsay Wildlife.  Thanks to all of you who contributed in phase two of the Love for Lindsay Wildlife campaign. We BEAT our $1 million goal and have raised $1.123 million. Wow! If you have not yet donated or renewed your membership, there is […]

No Hospital Patient Intakes Dec. 24-26 and New Year’s Day

Dec. 17th, 2020 | ,

The Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital will not be accepting patient intakes on Thursday, Dec. 24 through Saturday, Dec. 26. The hospital hotline will be monitored on Dec. 24 and Dec. 26 and calls returned, but will be offline on Christmas Day, Friday, Dec. 25. Patient intakes and normal hotline operations will resume on Sunday, Dec. […]

Join Us on Dec. 12 for a Virtual Slothmas!

Nov. 22nd, 2020 | , ,

Have yourself a merry little Slothmas! Our annual family-friendly holiday event celebrating these marvelous mammals is online this year! Join us at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 12 via Zoom for “A Virtual Slothmas!” Our partners, Classroom Safari, will answer your questions about these native rainforest-dwellers and explain what you can do to protect their habitats. […]

Outdoor Public Programs Are Live!

Nov. 9th, 2020 |

We are pleased to announce that outdoor public programs are now being offered at Lindsay Wildlife Experience. With Raptor Redwood Grove and Nature Cove as our backdrops, we’ll explore the amazing wildlife and habitats right outside our doors. Meet animal ambassadors like Penelope the Porcupine and Tyto the Barn Owl and see all the amazing […]

Love for Lindsay Virtual Fundraising Auction

Oct. 18th, 2020 | , , ,

Saturday, December 5 at 7 p.m. Get tickets to our first virtual fundraising auction. Buy tickets here! Save the date for an evening of supporting wildlife. Raise funds for our animal ambassadors and hospital patients while bidding on exciting travel packages, fine wine and amazing art. You’ll also get a behind-the-scenes look at how we […]

Changes at Contra Costa Animal Services

Oct. 8th, 2020 | ,

Contra Costa Animal Services has worked with the community for many years to respond to public calls about wildlife. Many of those calls result in wildlife patients being brought to our hospital for treatment and care, like the juvenile raccoon that Animal Services transported to our hospital on Oct. 1. Completely wrapped in what appeared […]

We are Now Shipping! Shop Our Online Museum Store and Help Support Wildlife

Sep. 15th, 2020 |

We are pleased to announce that the Lindsay Wildlife Experience online museum store is now live! Our exhibit hall remains temporarily closed, but you can now shop a highly-curated selection of nature-themed gifts for kids and adults, including our exclusive animal ambassador pins created by Lead Animal Keeper Rachael Cross. A virtual extension of our […]