January 2018 Volunteer Opportunities
Interested in supporting wildlife? Become a Volunteer and join the Lindsay volunteer family! Be part of our wildlife work and use your skills and passions to support wildlife and the Lindsay experience. There are many opportunities for you! Our volunteers give their time to support wildlife in a variety of ways—caring for our wildlife hospital patients and live animal ambassadors, educating visitors of all ages about wildlife (more…)
Wild@Night: Kiss and Tail!
Wild@Night Kiss & Tail! When: Thursday, Feb. 8 from 6 to 9 p.m. Come with your special someone or get the girls together and enjoy a girls night out! We’ve got all of the makings for the hippest happy hour in town: Unlimited Wine and Calicraft Beer Yummy bites Delicious desserts Help name Lindsay’s new banana slugs Wild (more…)
Conservation Icons: Dr. Walt Koenig, Acorn Woodpeckers
Come learn from the acorn woodpecker expert: Dr. Walt Koenig! Walter D. Koenig is a visiting scientist with Cornell Lab of Ornithology and senior scientist, Department of Neurobiology and Behavior at Cornell University. He will be at Lindsay Wildlife 6 p.m., Saturday Feb. 10 as part of Lindsay Wildlife’s speaker series Conservation Icons. Koenig will discuss (more…)
Conservation Icons: Dr. Tim Bean, North American porcupines
Join Lindsay Wildlife Saturday March 10 as we explore all there is to know about one of the largest rodents in California; the North American porcupine. Come learn from Humboldt State University porcupine expert Dr. Tim Bean as he describes the natural history of these prickly animals and the ecological threats they are faced with (more…)
Lindsay Wildlife Alliance & Conservation Icons Present: Sam Labudde
Enjoy brunch among the owls, squirrels, and creatures on exhibit at Lindsay Wildlife followed by a presentation by wildlife activist Sam Labudde. Lindsay Wildlife Alliance coordinates a world-renowned speaker for their spring fundraiser annually. And this year the group, that raises money specifically for Lindsay, is partnering with Lindsay’s Conservation Icons speaker series for one (more…)
Conservation Icons: Dr. Arthur M. Shapiro, butterflies
Delve into the beautiful and fascinating world of butterflies! On April 14 at 6 p.m., Dr. Arthur Shapiro, professor of Evolution and Ecology at the University of California, Davis, will share his more than 34 years of research on butterflies. Shapiro has regularly monitored butterfly population trends on a transect across central California. Ranging from (more…)
Conservation Icons: Dr. Sylvia Earle, "Her Deepness"
Join Lindsay Wildlife, 6:30 p.m. May 5, for the legendary Dr. Sylvia Earle! World-renowned expert in everything ocean, Earle is an explorer in residence at the National Geographic Society, founder of Mission Blue/Sylvia Earle Alliance, founder of Deep Ocean Exploration and Research, advisory council chair for Harte Research Institute, and first ever female chief scientist of NOAA. Earle is the (more…)