Love For Lindsay Wildlife Campaign
In an effort to continue its mission to connect people with wildlife to inspire responsibility and respect for the world we share, Lindsay Wildlife Experience has launched the “Love for Lindsay Wildlife Campaign.” This rapid-response fundraising effort aims to raise $250,000 by June 30 to allow the 65-year old nonprofit organization to keep caring for wildlife patients and the more than 50 beloved animal ambassadors who call Lindsay Wildlife home by replacing funds lost due to closure.
Temporarily closed in response to state and local shelter-in-place mandates, Lindsay Wildlife continues to receive wildlife patients at its hospital. Veterinary staff is treating a number of patients including a juvenile Bald Eagle, a Great Horned Owl and a seasonal influx of nestlings and other baby animals. A small but dedicated staff of animal keepers provides daily care and enrichment for Lindsay’s animal ambassadors, and volunteers are offering in home care for a small number of animal ambassadors including snakes, spiders and other low-maintenance invertebrates.
Despite the closure, Lindsay Wildlife remains dedicated to continuing education outreach, events and programming efforts, and connecting people to their wild neighbors.
The campaign runs through June 30. Questions about how to support the Love for Lindsay Wildlife Campaign? Email Holly Million, Development Director, at [email protected].