Lynn Couture

“I believe the key ingredients of a happy life are love, compassion and time with nature. As the most advanced species of our beautiful world, human beings owe a vow to future generations to do everything in our power to preserve our natural environment and all of its inhabitants.”

Lynn lives in Alamo, where she and her husband raised their two children. Growing up in the East Bay, Lynn first learned to love the Lindsay Wildlife Museum as a child, and remains passionate about Lindsay’s role in teaching children an appreciation for nature.

Lynn attended the University of California at Davis, graduating with a double major in Economics and Comparative Literature. She then attended McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, graduating with distinction. For twenty five years she worked at the Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office as a career prosecutor. Lynn retired in 2019 from her position as Senior Deputy District Attorney overseeing the Special Operations Division. Lynn now contributes her years of legal and managerial experience to the mission of the Lindsay Wildlife Experience.