Hospital Stories


Dec. 1st, 2015 | , , ,

Come shop at Lindsay Wildlife Experience Gift Shop for the holidays! All members will receive a 20 percent discount on store items and the general public receives 10 percent off. So come buy books, jewelry, stuffed animals and, of course, LINDSAY GOODIES for great deal. The sale begins Saturday Dec. 5 at 10 a.m. and […]

Celebrate with Lindsay Oct. 11 at Free Open House and Festival!

Aug. 31st, 2015 | , , , ,

Fall into The Wild: Sunday October 11, 2015 at Lindsay Wildlife’s 60th Birthday Bash and festival! What started as local businessman Alexander “Sandy” Lindsay teaching neighborhood children about local animals has grown into one of Walnut Creek’s oldest and longest running community organizations. We’ve been exhibiting animal-like behavior for 60 years! So join us for […]

Lindsay Wildlife Experience Receives Unprecedented Gift

Aug. 21st, 2015 | , , , , , ,

WALNUT CREEK—Lindsay Wildlife Experience has received a $2.6 million gift from the late Stephen S. Ball—the largest single gift ever made to the 60-year-old wildlife rehabilitation institution. Mr. Ball grew up in Alamo, lived in St. Helena, and worked in his family’s general engineering business, Gordon N. Ball, Inc. Stephen Ball, who died in April […]

Bay Area’s Premier Wildlife Center Featured in The New York Times Magazine

Aug. 14th, 2015 | , , , , ,

WALNUT CREEK– Lindsay Wildlife Experience is featured in the Aug. 16 The New York Times Magazine and recognized as operating “America’s oldest wildlife rehabilitation center.” This amazing recognition is a tribute to the hard work of Lindsay’s staff and volunteers day-in and day-out and a testament to the thoughtful, caring public who bring animals to […]

Video: Orphaned Foxes Recovering Thanks to Lindsay Wildlife!

May. 29th, 2015 | , ,

Help the foxes: Video of baby foxes below! Help Lindsay’s Foxes With Your Gift Today! Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital is one of the only wildlife care center in the Bay Area that treats all of California’s native species. Lindsay cannot save animals like this fox without your help. If you have compassion, please consider supporting […]

Video: Gray Fox Comes to Lindsay Wildlife Hospital

Apr. 29th, 2015 | , , ,

Featured Patient: Baby Gray Fox Recovering Thanks to Lindsay Wildlife Hospital WALNUT CREEK — During one of the busiest spring baby season’s Lindsay Wildlife Rehabilitation Hospital staffers have ever experienced, a new patient, a baby gray fox, came into the hospital Sunday, April 26. The four-week-old fox was brought in by rescuers who heard him […]

10 Ways to Help Wildlife

Mar. 16th, 2015 |

Lindsay Wildlife Experience offers: Ways to Help Wildlife 1.  Eliminate pesticide use in your home and landscaping Don’t use rodenticides! When you use poison bait to control rodents it will secondarily poison the raptors that eat the sick rodents.  Use preventative measures, snap-traps, and other alternatives (see the Safe Rodent Control Coalition website, for […]