Come get WILD at 9th Annual Faces of Wildlife Gala May 18!
Apr. 10th, 2019 | General, Media Mentions, News, Press Releases
Evening Benefits the SF Bay Area’s Premier Wildlife Rehabilitation and Nature Education Center WALNUT CREEK, CALIF./April 10, 2019—Get up close to owls, hawks and, even an albino rattlesnake, at the Ninth Annual Faces of Wildlife Gala!This WILD event is Lindsay Wildlife Experience’s biggest fundraiser of the year. Guests will enjoy classic wildlife among the […]
Calling all Members: Join us for “March Member Madness!”
Mar. 6th, 2019 | General
Lindsay Wildlife Experience loves its members! During the month of March, Lindsay has special activities and giveaways to honor our members. Because at Lindsay, MEMBERS GET MORE! FREE pre-registration to Mountain Lion Madness 10:30 am show! (While spots last). All member households get a complimentary Lindsay Wildlife Gift when you visit! Lindsay Kids: Enjoy a FREE […]
Meet Our Beaver Patient
Feb. 12th, 2019 | General, Hospital Stories
In the early morning of January 31, this young beaver was found in the middle of the road in Martinez. A caring rescuer picked up the nearly 30-pound beaver with a thick blanket and immediately brought her to Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital. The rescuer thought that because of where the beaver was found, she had been hit by a […]
Save the Date: Faces of Wildlife Gala on May 18!
Jan. 9th, 2019 | General, Media Mentions, News
Come celebrate a classic among the classics! Join Lindsay Wildlife Experience, a Walnut Creek institution since 1955, amidst distinctive classic cars at the Blackhawk Auto Museum for the wildlife center’s party of the year: Faces of Wildlife Gala! Join us at 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 18, 2019 to meet Lindsay’s animal ambassadors and browse an […]
Help this gray fox run free!
Nov. 27th, 2018 | General, Hospital Stories, Media Mentions, News
This gray fox was found hit by a car in Oakland—both of her legs so badly injured she was unable to walk. She was brought by caring rescuers to Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital last month. Our veterinary team worked quickly to stabilize the adult fox. They found she had severe head trauma, cracked teeth and lacerations on her front legs. […]