Daily Activities

The exhibit hall is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For up-to-date information on special events, click here to view our calendar. Scroll down for the daily program schedule or click here to download a printable version of the daily schedule and Exhibit Hall map. There is an experience nearly every 30 minutes at Lindsay!


All Day, Everyday


Keep your eyes, ears, minds and noses open for surprise programs throughout the day not listed on our program map. Spy Incredible Inverts, dive into Water Wonders, check out Reptiles Alive, and don’t be lunch during live animal feedings!

Everyday 10 a.m.

Facetime: Meet & Greet!

Begin your visit with a warm welcome from an animal ambassador as you arrive at Lindsay. We may even greet you outside, on the main staircase, when the weather is nice!

10:30 a.m. Everyday

Raptor Recess

Our iconic raptors — hawks and owls — enjoy their outdoor time, and so will you!

11:15 a.m. Everyday

Wild California

Meet animals that make up the diverse habitats of the Golden State! Penelope, our North American porcupine, will be out in Nature Cove Thursday through Sunday with some of her forest friends. Other days, meet the animals of the desert, grasslands and other diverse habitats.

12:30 p.m.

Behind the Scenes

Learn how our animal emergency room operates and witness injured or orphaned wildlife receiving treatment!

1:15 p.m. Everyday

Endangered California

California is home to many unique animals, some of which need our help. Meet these animals and discover how you can support them!

2 p.m. Everyday

Feeding Frenzy

Who’s hungry? Wild animals need to eat, too! Come witness a Lindsay animal ambassador enjoy their meal.

3:45 p.m. Everyday

Behind the Scenes

Learn how our hospital operates and witness wildlife receiving treatment!

4:15 p.m. Everyday

Eco Heroes!

Join an animal ambassador and let’s share solutions for a sustainable planet. We describe heroic alternatives to single-use plastics, search for ways to reduce energy use in our homes, and protect birds from collisions with windows!