Hospital Stories

Become a Wildlife Caregiver

Sep. 29th, 2021 | , ,

Each year, the Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital treats over 5,000 injured and orphaned animals. We are able to do this thanks to the generosity and selfless dedication of volunteers who care for these patients in their homes until they are ready to return to the wild. Among the many sick, injured and orphaned animals that […]

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 […]

Lindsay Wildlife Establishes Gary Bogue Memorial Veterinary Fund to Honor Its First Curator

Nov. 8th, 2019 | , ,

The Lindsay Wildlife Experience Board of Directors has established a veterinary fund in memory of beloved curator emeritus Gary Bogue, who died in September of this year. The Gary Bogue Memorial Veterinary Fund will help ensure that Lindsay’s wildlife hospital continues to pioneer and deliver high-quality care for sick or injured wild animals, primarily California […]

Lindsay Wildlife welcomes famed environmental scientists, scholars and conservationists to Walnut Creek

Aug. 19th, 2019 | , , , ,

SF Premiere Bay Area Science and Education Center bringing environmental scientist Dr. Jonathan Foley, cheetah expert Laurie Marker and other luminaries for third annual speaker series!   Lindsay Wildlife Experience is proud to announce its third season of Conservation Icons, which brings notable thinkers, researchers, and conservation leaders to Walnut Creek. The third season kicks […]

It’s a Blue Star Summer at Lindsay!

May. 29th, 2019 | , , , ,

Lindsay Wildlife Experience is offering free admission to active-duty military personnel and their families through Labor Day as part of the tenth annual Blue Star Museums summer program. An initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts, in collaboration with Blue Star Families, the Department of Defense and more than 2,000 museums nationwide, the program […]

Summer Camp

May. 21st, 2019 | , , ,

Wild summer days at Camp Lindsay! Spend summer days learning about nature and having fun at Camp Lindsay! Geared towards children ages 4-10, our weekly camp programs help kids learn about animals and the environment, and have FUN! From bug crafts to Animal Ambassador time, our curriculum-based camps are designed to engage, challenge and delight […]

MEDIA ALERT: Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital Will Not Take In Wild Turkeys

Mar. 25th, 2019 | , , ,

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Elisabeth Nardi (925) 627-2961 [email protected] Due to threat from contagious disease, SF pioneering wildlife rehabilitation center enacts new protocols to protect animals WALNUT CREEK, Calif., March 25, 2019—After a reported case of Virulent Newcastle Disease (vND) on March 13 in Redwood City, Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital will no longer accept […]

Meet Our Beaver Patient

Feb. 12th, 2019 | ,

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 […]

MEDIA ALERT: Lindsay Wildlife Experience Treating More Animals With Gunshot Wounds

Dec. 6th, 2018 | , , ,

SF Premiere Pioneering Wildlife Rehabilitation Center Sees Major Increase In Gunshot Victims WALNUT CREEK, Calif., Dec. 6, 2018—Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital has treated 30 animals so far this year, that suffered gunshot wounds. There have been seven in the month of November alone. Lindsay Wildlife officials do not know the reason for the increase in […]