Lindsay Wildlife Experience offers application-based service-learning programs for teens ages 13-18. These programs combine service learning, animal experience, conservation lessons, and professional development while exploring career opportunities.
During the summer we have our teen counselor positions. Teen counselors work side-by-side with our trained instructors, guiding our campers through wildlife–themed games, crafts, and other activities.
Join naturalists in one of our workshop opportunities for teens and adults. Learn about wildlife, explore our natural history collection, and engage with the Lindsay community! Please view and register for our current workshops below.
Wildlife Photography Workshop: Intro to Strategies, Tools, and Techniques
Photography Workshop 1 of 2 Are you passionate about wildlife and do you enjoy photographing all things wild? Learn strategies and techniques to assist you in locating, observing and photographing wildlife, while incorporating ethical practices as you shoot. Wendy Sparks and Jeff Torquemada have been photographing wildlife for over thirty years and they enjoy helping (more…)
Wildlife Photography Workshop: Camouflage and Animal Communication in Wildlife Photography
Photography Workshop 2 of 2 Jeff and Wendy return for a second wildlife photography workshop! This time, they will focus on animal communication and camouflage. Understanding these aspects of wildlife will help develop your photography skills while cultivating a richer understanding of the animals. They will help you further your skills in photographing nature. Bring (more…)