Hospital Intakes Closing Early on Wednesday, May 5

May. 5th, 2021 |

Our wildlife hospital is closing patient intakes at 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 5 for an in-service meeting. Intakes will resume at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 6. If you find a sick or injured animal during this time, please place it in a container such as a cardboard box with a secure lid and holes for […]

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 Giving Tree: Support Wildlife Rehabilitation this Holiday Season

Nov. 22nd, 2016 | , , , , , ,

Lindsay Wildlife’s Giving Tree is once again adorning our lobby this festive holiday season. We encourage visitors who love Lindsay and wildlife to take a gift tag and then donate to Lindsay. The giving tree is stocked with color coded ornaments. Each ornament has an item from our Wildlife Hospital, Animal Encounters, and Education departments. […]


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 […]

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 […]