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Become an Outstanding Wildlife Leader (OWL)

Apr. 16th, 2021 | ,

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 […]

Digital Membership Cards are Here

Apr. 14th, 2021 | ,

At Lindsay, we love our members, and we are so grateful for your support during these challenging times. As a part of our commitment to sustainable practices and fostering responsibility and respect for the world we share with our wild neighbors, Lindsay is thrilled to launch a faster, greener way to deliver membership benefits to […]

Baby Animal Season: The Fawns Have Arrived

Apr. 8th, 2021 | ,

Spring is in full swing and it’s that time of year when baby fawns begin to appear at our wildlife hospital. We received our first fawn patient on April 1. It was suspected that the weeks-old black-tailed deer had been abandoned, or, sadly, more likely orphaned by its mother. An attempt was made to reunite […]

Send a Special Video Message With a Lindsay Wildlife Animal Gram!

Mar. 29th, 2021 |

Looking for a unique way to brighten someone’s day? Send  a Lindsay Wildlife Animal Gram featuring one of our amazing animal ambassadors! These special video greetings are the perfect way to send an uplifting message, birthday greeting or simply let someone know you’re thinking of them. You pick the ambassador and let us know your […]

Baby Animal Season: Hummingbird Nestlings Are Here

Mar. 26th, 2021 |

Nesting season is in full swing for the delicate Anna’s Hummingbird. These brightly colored birds make their cup-like nests in branches, shrubs, vines and under eaves. Breeding season runs December through May or June annually. Males arrive early to establish a territory with ample food sources. Females arrive a few weeks after the males and […]

Baby Animal Season: Watch Out For Nests!

Mar. 18th, 2021 | , ,

Spring is almost here…and so are baby squirrels. Our wildlife rehabilitation hospital is beginning to see an influx of infants that corresponds with the arrival of baby animal season and, unfortunately, tree trimming. Here in the Bay Area, like most of Northern California, some birds and mammals begin nesting in January. Nesting season lasts into […]

Announcing The Reimagine Campaign

Feb. 17th, 2021 |

It’s been nearly 11 months  since COVID-19 forced us to temporarily shut the doors of our exhibit hall. Much has changed during that time but we’re still here, continuing our mission, treating sick and injured wildlife, educating children and families, and caring for our beloved animal ambassadors. All of this is because of you. Your […]

Jump, Wiggle and Move With Wildlife At Lindsay!

Feb. 15th, 2021 | , ,

Come to Lindsay and get your little ones moving with wildlife. Join us every Monday and Friday morning on our outdoor campus for some movement-based learning in our “Minis at Lindsay: Wildlife Wiggles” program. Meet some of our animal ambassadors while learning all about wildlife through body-based movement in this bright, cheery and fun 30-minute […]

Important News About Lindsay Wildlife Experience

Feb. 12th, 2021 | , ,

On March 13, 2020, Lindsay Wildlife Experience made the difficult but necessary decision to temporarily close its doors to the public in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Like so many other nonprofit cultural and educational institutions across the Bay Area, we took this extraordinary step to help protect the public from an emerging health threat, […]

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, including hummingbird feeders, until at least April 1 to help curb the potential spread of a deadly disease. See Frequently Asked Questions here.  If […]