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. […]
UC Davis and Lindsay Wildlife partner for groundbreaking rehabilitation treatment that uses fish skin to heal animals!
Nov. 14th, 2018 | General, Hospital Stories, Media Mentions, News, Press Releases
SF Premiere Pioneering Wildlife Rehabilitation Center first to treat raptor wounds with novel medical technique WALNUT CREEK, Calif., November 14, 2018—In what may be a breakthrough in the world of wildlife rehabilitation, a University of California, Davis veterinarian has been treating the wounds of raptors with fish skin at Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital in Walnut […]
Lindsay Wildlife Brings World Famous Environmental Scholars, Experts and Explorers to Walnut Creek!
Oct. 18th, 2018 | General, Hospital Stories, Media Mentions, News, Press Releases
SF Premiere Bay Area Science and Education Center bringing Dr. Wade Davis for second annual speaker series! After an immensely successful inaugural year, Lindsay Wildlife Experience is proud to announce its second season of Conservation Icons! And on January 5, 2019, Lindsay has secured premiere speaker, famed anthropologist, ethnobotanist and author Dr. Wade Davis! Join […]
Lindsay Wildlife treating Golden Eagle that was shot
Aug. 30th, 2018 | General, Hospital Stories, Media Mentions, News
SF Premiere Pioneering Wildlife Rehabilitation Center and State Fish & Wildlife officials seeking information on eagle suffering from gunshot wound WALNUT CREEK, Calif., August 29, 2018—Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital is treating a Golden Eagle that was found in Pittsburg, Calif., on August 21, with a broken right wing. At Lindsay, radiographs revealed the eagle’s injury […]
Reunited And It Feels So Good!
Mar. 9th, 2017 | Hospital Stories
A great horned owl nestling was brought into Lindsay’s hospital on March 25 after it was found on the grounds of a local golf course. Staff determined that the owl was too young to be out of the nest and during their exam found that the bird had been fed a poisoned rat or mouse […]