Family And Adult Activities
Golden Gate Audubon Society Centennial Art Exhibit
The Golden Gate Audubon Society is celebrating its centennial with a traveling art exhibit ending at Lindsay Wildlife Experience. The show will end on Wednesday, Feb. 28 so view it while you can! The exhibit on 100 years of Protecting Bay Area Birds has been on view at four other Bay Area locations throughout 2017 (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…)
March 11 Story Time: A Stick Until...
Come for story time at Lindsay at 11 a.m. Sunday March 11. Constance Anderson will read her newest book A Stick Until…published by Star Bright Books. The story follows a stick on its journey as a tool, and from a tool to a toy, to a tree. The stick is used by a wide range (more…)
Great Gray Owls Author Comes to Lindsay!
Join author Harry Fuller for a special event focused on the beautiful Great Gray Owl at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, March 16, in Lindsay’s Buckeye Room. Fuller is the author of the books Great Gray Owls of California, Oregon and Washington; Freeway Birding; and San Francisco’s Natural History: Sand Dunes to Streetcars. During his research on Great (more…)
Lindsay Wildlife Alliance & Conservation Icons Present: Sam Labudde
Enjoy brunch among Lindsay’s owls, hawks, porcupine, and wildlife ambassadors, followed by a riveting presentation by internationally-acclaimed wildlife activist Sam Labudde, on Monday, March 19, from 9:30 a.m. to noon. Every year, Lindsay Wildlife Alliance coordinates a world-renowned speaker for their spring fundraiser. This year, the Alliance is partnering with Lindsay’s Conservation Icons speaker series for one of their most fascinating speakers yet! Sam (more…)
California Wildlife Day: Lindsay Celebrates With Dollar Day!
Lindsay Wildlife Experience admission for all will drop to $1 on Tuesday March 20, 2018 as part of the Second Annual California Wildlife Day! The pioneering wildlife education center was one of the few to celebrate this new special day in 2017. Lindsay’s mission is based on connecting people to wildlife and what better way (more…)
Live.Wild.Animal Exhibition: Monkey Madness!
Come to Lindsay in March for Monkey Madness! Back by popular demand, we are offering TWO shows to our members. Because at Lindsay, MEMBERS GET MORE. Scroll down to register! Come meet several monkeys and primates from all over the world that you can’t see anywhere else! The first presentation is 10 to 11 a.m., (more…)
Mini Monday: Bring on the Birds
Let your child guide their own explorations of the natural world, designed for children ages 2–5 to play and learn, along with an adult caregiver. Young children explore a variety of age-appropriate craft and activity stations at their own pace. Observe special demonstrations and hands-on presentations with our animal ambassadors. Visit Lindsay Wildlife exhibit hall (more…)
March 2018 Volunteer Opportunties
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…)
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…)